Henrietta Opoku is the founder of the Henrietta Opoku Foundation based in Kyebi Ghana where she
has developed 90 per cent of the foundation single handedly. The Henrietta Opoku Foundation was
first incorporated in Ghana in 2015 with its main aim to look after destitute children to enable their
sustenance, their education and give them a better life.
Henrietta adopted this trait from her benevolent parents the chief of Kyebi Amanfrom Barima Danso
Peprah II who reigned from 1967 – 1983 and her mother Madam Beatrice Emma Assah Danso.
From a very young age she knew that this was her calling.
For Henrietta, the primary mission of The Orphanage Project is providing the orphan, destitute,
outcast, unloved, needy, sick and handicapped, with a home, love, happiness, physical, mental,
emotional and spiritual nourishment, the highest level of education possible, and a bright hope for
the future. Though she currently resides in the United Kingdom, it does not limit her from actively performing her role in the foundation in and around Ghana; hence she has an active team in place for the day to day running of the foundation in Ghana.


Mr.& Mrs. Tom Nana Amoanyame Williams who both resides in the United Kingdom seeing and understanding the life changing vission of the Henrietta Opoku Foundation decided to team up for a common goal which is eradicating poverty as much as possible in our communities by reaching out to the needy especially the aged and vulnerable in our society.
Together they have been supporting and assisting the Henrietta Opoku Foundation financially and otherwise.


Daakye Hemaa Felicia Nana Ama Hasenjäger attended Labone International School in Madina, Ghana but moved to Germany at a tender age where she persuaded a course in a vocational School. She is now a professional Caterer at a private International institution in Dusseldorf, Germany holding over 1000 children.
She fluently speaks English,Twi and German. Believing in the vission and mission of the foundation has come on board to support in any means possible.


Rev. Emmanuel Danso Peprah Aka Nana is originally from Ghana, but currently lives in UK.
He is the Senior Minister of Divine Glory Hosanna International Ministries Croydon UK, a Multi-Cultural, Pentecostal Charismatic Ministry designed to impact the UK Community and to make Disciples in the World at Large.
He holds a Diploma in Practical Ministry, Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theology, Masters in Biblical Counselling from Temple College UK, PGCE in Education from the University of Roehampton, Master of Arts in Special Educational Needs from the University of East London and currently completing a dual programme of PGCE Lifelong Learning For College Teaching in University of Greenwich and Doctorate in Christian Ministry from Ramah Bible School UK.

He is also currently the president of DGHIM Mobile Foodbank UK Charity feeding the Homeless and the vulnerable people in Thornton Heath London. Committed to the charity works that impacts life is happy to work with the foundation in all projects both in Ghana and the world as a whole.


An ambitious intelligent candidate who has acquired adequate information in technology, verbal and written communication, organisation time management, and strategic planning. His attention to detail and excellent time management skills means that every task is completed efficiently and to the highest possible standard.
Born in Accra-Ghana, lived with parents, and attended De-Youngster’s International School at Nima, attended Osu Presbyterian Senior High School. He later relocated to ITALY with his parents, where he enrolled in the school of languages and became fluent with the Italian language. He then moved on into an agricultural firm in Italy where he had his first job experience. Seeking for new challenges he moved on into a different company where they manufactured mini buses and coaches’ seat for military and police purposes in GIBICAR SEATS in the period of 2 years. After the experience from both firms/sectors, he proceeded to improve his knowledge and skills to the next level of education where he engaged in Health and Safety Mandatory Courses to upgrade his status. He secured a job at Borgoforte which is the province of Mantova (Italy). Novellini Industries was the name of the company where they manufactured jacuzzi baths, sliding baths and all types of shower-baths. Later, he was elected to become a worker’s union representative whose duty was to ensure that workers are being treated and acknowledge fairly, and ensuring their health and safety which was the number one priority. He worked with Novellini Industries for 15 years before relocating to the United Kingdom (UK). In the UK,  he worked for at CHEP AEROSPACE in Heathrow.  He is the personal Administrator for the foundation.


Kwame Darkwah is a property management professional, an industry within which he has worked for several years and has extensive experience in securing the betterment of others.

He is a firm believer that childhood is a fundamental right and seeks to champion the foundation by developing partnerships that transform beliefs, values, and actions to achieve permanency for all children in the shortest time possible.

He is very out spoken and able to adress issue adequately as it should.  He is an integral pivot of the foundation.


An SHS graduate with educational aspirations consisting of acquiring a bachelor’s degree in Pediatric nursing. On the other hand, to one day be able to provide affordable health care to children. She has strived to develop organizational and self-motivational skills as these are hugely important on the job market. As a student, she also believe that, one way of building the needed experience in life is to solve challenges in the environment that is why she want to contribute as a member of the Henrietta Opoku charity foundation to support the needy. . As a result, she does not compromise her principles in life but rather acknowledges hardwork as a hallmark. She is fluent in English language, able to work under low or no supervission. She enjoys reading novels.