The Ghana Project 

Project Monday will be partnering with the  Senchi Ferry methodist Junior High School to provide a new computer lab for the students. Our goal is to provide 35 new computers for students and staff along with furniture (Desk, chairs) 


The idea of establishing Senchi-Ferry Methodist School was conceived in the year 1939. In the year 1932 Mr. James Ebenezer Cato of the united Africa Company (UAC) introduced the Methodist church. The Methodist faith was embraced by the masses.


The Methodist Church grew from strength to strength and a singing band was also established during that period. The performance of the group unfolded many talents of its members in the community. The achievements of the singing band motivated the church to establish the Senchi-Ferry Methodist School in 1939 as the first primary school in Senchi Township, with the aim of molding Christ-like individuals through the formal education. 


The school’s infrastructure has improved and has given room for high enrollment drive but as it stands now we have an empty computer Lab and Library which is having a great effect on ICT studies and students research.


Currently the school’s student population from JHS (1-3) is 287 with 18 able teaching staff. In the field of academics the BECE results have improved over the years. 

Compiled by: Nana Okae Dade-Kyem II- Mankrado of Senchi in the Akwamu Traditional  Area.