Who We Are?
The Brain Power Development Centre was founded in May 2013 under the Companies Act, 1963 (Act 179) of the government of Ghana by youth activist, is striving for a community of empowered youth playing a leading role as educators and drug-free citizens. BPDC intends to work with the youth in our local communities to holistically address and improve issues affecting their health and well-being.Read More →
Striving for a community of empowered youth playing a leading role as educators and drug-free citizens to holistically address and improve issues affecting their health and well-being. Promote safe drug use, and increase community involvement in campaign to raise awareness about the effect of drug abuse on the brain, and in so doing creating a domestic society free of drug abuse.
We promote anti-drug awareness through educative programmes and activities for young people.Read More →
We educate young people on creative thinking, entreprenerialship and problem solving through adocate programmes..Read More →
We provide effective Life-Skills Training and online education for schools and communities..Read More →
We help in the improvement of memories and cognitive fitness of young people..Read More →