After being shown around the new school building currently at roofing stage, the Executives of Youth Alliance for Development donated foodstuffs worth 500 Gh Cedis to RUSFORD on Sunday, 26th November, 2017 to aid the feeding of the hearing-impaired students.

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The progress of RUSFORD school building (UNSDG 4a) so far – Lintel Stage (Short Video).

UNSDG 4.a  build and upgrade education facilities that are child, disability and gender sensitive and provide safe, non-violent, inclusive and effective learning environments for all.

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The Patriots meet the Heroes

IMG_20170804_092810Mr. Kwadjo Aboagye Poku-Sekyere,  Mr. Janix Asare  (The President of Just Commit Foundation and Leaders of the Obuasi WhatsApp Group had a pre-visit discussion on Shaft FM 98. 1 with  Agudey Akwasi, the host. Mr. Aboagye revealed that he was motivated by Mrs. Genevieve Basigha’s who has established a special school at Obuasi to assist deaf children with education. Mr. Asare called on the general public to support the School with capital, farmland and agribusiness advice to help the school attain sustainability through the School’s Farm Enterprise. 

After, Mr. Kwadjo Aboagye Poku-Sekyere led the Patriotic Citizens Alliance and the Obuasi Whatsapp Group to visit and donate in cash and kind adding up to 3000 Ghana Cedis to Research Utilization School for the Deaf. God bless you all.


Dr. Micheal Adusei, a Hero of Change also offered free eye screening for the hearing-impaired students, staff and the school committee.

Don’t wait till Christmas. To visit the school kindly contact 0246573743.

Obuasi Ladies of Marshall supports RUSFORD


Through our program dubbed Don’t Wait Till Christmas, the Ladies of Marshall from Obuasi Catholic Church visited the Research Utilization School for the Deaf (RUSFORD) and surprisingly donated an amount of 800 Ghana Cedis to design a new School Uniform for the hearing impaired students on Wednesday 26th July, 2017.

This followed the donation from the Ladies of Marshall of the Ashanti Region from Kumasi. On behalf of the Just Commit Foundation, the hearing-impaired students and Staff of RUSFORD, Mrs. Genevieve Basigha the Founder of RUSFORD expressed ecstasy and appreciation to the Ladies.


School Farm Enterprise


We hope to achieve sustainability of RUSFORD through a School Farm Enterprise with support from learning, mentoring and networking.

The School Farm Enterprise seeks to raise sufficient income to support RUSFORD and envisions the UNSDG 2.1: to end hunger and ensure access by all the hearing-impaired children of RUSFORD to safe, nutritious and sufficient food all year round.

This requires the support of Agribusiness Investors, Coaches, and Mentors for the School Farm Enterprise to become successful to sustain RUSFORD.


Regional Ladies of Marshall supports RUSFORD

IMG_20170707_121832                                   (On the right Mr. Edward, Volunteer Teacher)

Through our Don’t Wait Till Christmas Program’s Social Media Publicity there have been a lot of support for RUSFORD.

We all know of the Knights and Ladies of Marshall of the Roman Catholic Church. However, the Ladies of Marshall of the Ashanti Region from Kumasi visited the Staff and Students of RUSFORD to support the school with food, provisions and household items worth 2000 Ghana Cedis on 18th July, 2017.

On behalf of the Just Commit Foundation, the hearing-impaired students and Staff of RUSFORD, Mr. Edward, a hearing-impaired teacher of RUSFORD expressed ecstasy and appreciation to the Ladies of Marshall.

The Calvary Baptist Church Supports RUSFORD.

After the recent press release led by Just Commit Foundation through Adom TV and radio stations in Obuasi as part of the program dubbed ‘Don’t Wait Till Christmas’, the Anyinam Fellowship of the The Calvary Baptist Church led by Janet Nartey Donated donated Food and Hosehold Items worth GH ₵ 3000 to support the Research Utilization School for the Deaf on African Union Day, 25th June, 2017.


The Founder, Genevieve Basigha, the students and the staff expressed their joy and appreciation to the Church for their kindness.