The Problem

In Ghana, there is no guaranteed legal representation for the poor and less-privileged people. Indigent accused persons are not provided legal assistance when they are arrested, charged, and prosecuted by the State.

HelpLaw Ghana to the Rescue

The vision is alive; the idea is clear; the expertise is available; and the determination is intact. What we are lacking are resources to make a major break-through.

Strategic Direction

The vision is alive; the idea is clear; the expertise is available; and the determination is intact. What we are lacking are resources to make a major break-through.

The Vision

"With resilience, we're taking on the entire criminal justice system of Ghana. In the process, we're stepping on toes, and making enemies; however, there's hope that little by little, we shall be understood and there shall be total positive change."


Recent Articles

Sept. 12
It is that time of the Year again, folks

Dear friends of Rickdel and HelpLaw Ghana, I am reluctant to do this, but it is necessary at this point especially for those of you living in America, and perhaps Europe. You would recall the last fundraising campaign at the end of 2012 to support HelpLaw Ghana in which many of you donated generously.

Written by Eric
Jul. 12
Our Courts may be Jailing Innocent Citizens

The administration of justice has been trumpeted unendingly to be of grave importance in every society. Attaining this includes providing to every person equal access to the law.

Written by Eric

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