Welcome To

Shidaa Projects Inc

About Us

Shidaa Projects, Inc. is a Vermont based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a dual mission focused on Cultural education and diversity through sharing West African dances, drumming and other activities, and Improving the lives of families, students and schools through our Help the Needy Project which supports the less fortunate in Ghana by collecting and shipping new and gently used goods. 

Some of Our

Current Programs


Our workshops are resourceful means of introducing students and teachers to the knowledge of rich African culture and traditions.


Our Residencies are specifically designed for school children from kindergarten through twelfth grade.

School Cultural Activities

Based on the grades of our target audiences, activities could range from simple "Anansi" story telling for younger kids, to dance drumming and choreography for older children.


Some of Our


I'm Oscar Kwame Anumu, 21 years old. I'm a college student studying Disease Control at the University of Health and Allied Sciences ( Ho, Ghana). I’m the 1st born of my parents & have four younger siblings. This bicycle I've got here to going help me a lot in school, due to the fact that my hostel is far from my campus and walking everyday to campus always gets me exhausted and mostly late for lectures. But with this bicycle I'm going to be at lectures on time and won't be exhausted like how I use to be at first. Thanks so much to the Shidaa projects for helping my education. God bless you!! 🙏🙏

Oscar Kwame Anumu

2 year old Akosua Aboagyewa of Dansoman, a suburb of Accra, the capital of Ghana. She is a beneficiary of the Help-the-Needy Projects in Ghana, by the Shidaa projects Inc. (USA). Akosua is the only child of her 29 year old mother, and will start K-school post COVID-19.

Akosua Aboagyewa

Walter Johnson & Zebulun Acquaye, both kindergartners, and cousins living in Agege, a suburb of Accra, received this first-time gift from the Shidaa Help-the-Needy project. It is the objective of the Shidaa projects to put a glow of happiness on the faces of poor African children.

Walter Johnson & Zebulun Acquaye

Cute little Giovanna Aryeley Hammond cannot say “thanks” enough for this God-sent, first-time toy of hers. She’s only 2 years old and an only child of her mum, a teacher, and her dad, both from Pokuase, a suburb of Accra. The family loudly said “Thank you, Shidaa!!”

Giovanna Aryeley Hammond

    Support our programs and help the needy.

    Please contact us if you would like to make a donation to help Ghanaian students and families.