Life span of the projects from concept to completion and beyond, offering maintenance contracts to ensure sustainability after project has been executed completely and the warranty period has expired. These capabilities and differentiating services provide clients with value for money, defined deliverables and seamless execution of the project. Hill Side African Cultural Village is therefore initiated with the aim that it would draw attention to the ideas and reasons behind the group, as vehicle to remove barriers between socially marginalized groups and the general population
Children are at the heart of everything we do. Hill Side African Cultural Village is a child and youth centered community development organization: we work with children, youth and their families’, communities, international organizations and local governments to bring about positive change. When children and adults work together as part of the change process, it is more likely that programs will be successful and sustainable.
Hill Side African Cultural Village was founded in 2008 by Ghanaian broadcaster Samuel Alabi Tetteh at Saduase, a village in the Greater Accra region of Ghana, West Africa. The aim was to provide, employment, food, accommodation and education to children whose lives had been disrupted by the harsh economic situations in Ghana.