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Donate While You Are on Tour with "This Way Africa"

While you are traveling abroad, why not bring joy and aide to those in need. Visit an orphanage, a village, a school, or volunteer some time. Bring useful items to children like school supplies (pencils, crayons, tablets, computers, coloring books, paper, notebooks, or children books). You can also consider items like hand-sanitizers, educational games, toys, maps, small flash lights, first-aid kits, children underwear, socks, diapers, reading glasses, etc., or  you can keep it simple and just make a small cash donation. It will give your travels a sense of purpose and as a result bring you fulfillment and satisfaction giving back to those who need a helping hand.  Thank you for your consideration!

A Spotlight On “Puerile Africa”, We Are For Children

There are millions of children around the world who are deprived of basic needs to grow up healthy, safe and strong because of their birthplace, race, gender, disability or because they live in poverty. Every child deserves to live and be healthy and happy. Ghana is a developing country and has its share of challenges and through charity associations like  the "Puerile Africa" organization’, their projects and fundraising initiatives help to alleviate some of those struggles.

Puerile Africa is an innovative charitable organization that works with orphanages and hospitals influencing the society through the empowerment of children.  The organization members spends time with children in hospitals helping them make up lost time from school academics studies and spend time at orphanages mentoring their children.    The young ambassador and founder of ‘Puerile Africa" organization is Benjamina Naana Owiredu, from the Koforidua, Eastern Region of Ghana. She holds a Bachelor Degree in Family and Consumer Science from the University of Ghana, Legon. She is currently doing her National Services at the 37 Military Hospital in the pediatrics division. She is a volunteer at Osei-Kusi foundation one of the leading youth foundation in Ghana, help at the Great Mission International Orphanage Home and a board member on the Medical Journalist Association-Ghana. She has been involved with the Obama Young African Leaders Regional Cohort in West Africa, the United National Educational program, the Scientific and Culture Organization (UNESCO), and the Youth Forum in Nigeria. Benjamina and her team are dynamic young future leaders and are improving the lives of children and youth. Their aim is at influencing the society through empowerment of children. Together they have been able to make donations to St. Joseph’s Hospital, Koforidua, Legon Hospital, and Great Mission International Orphanage Home, Niangua. Her organization sponsors mentorship training programs for orphanage homes and schools in Ghana. She is a blogger and aims at inspiring others to engage to make the world a better place.

Donate While You Are on Tour with This Way Africa

While you are traveling abroad, why not bring joy and aide to those in need. Visit an orphanage, a village, a school, or volunteer some time. Bring useful items to children like school supplies (pencils, crayons, tablets, computers, coloring books, paper, notebooks, or children books). You can also consider items like hand-sanitizers, educational games, toys, maps, small flash lights, first-aid kits, children underwear, socks, diapers, reading glasses, etc., OR you can keep it simple and just make a small cash donation. It will give your travels a sense of purpose and as a result bring you fulfillment and satisfaction giving back to those who need a helping hand. Thank you for your consideration!

A Spotlight On "HENRY OSABUTEY EDUCATION & CHILD DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION" at Heavenly Grace Educational Complex (NGO)

Heavenly Grace Educational Complex-NGO (Non-Government Organization) was established September, 2014 with concentration on orphans, street kids, and brilliant but needy children from deprived communities within the ages of 2 to 14 years old. The complex started with 11 girls, 8 boys and 2 teachers. Currently the Educational Complex has over 230 children, sixteen teachers on staff and three non-teaching staff members.

The vision and mission of Heavenly Grace Educational Complex is to provide a unique educational support system and aid to underprivileged children in less privileged communities. The children are fed twice a day and are not required to pay for food or any school fees. The home is mainly supported by the founder, family and the benevolence of individuals and organizations.

The Founder, Henry Osabutey, is a trained Profession Educationist with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology & Educational Management & Leadership and Guidance & Counseling from the University of Education, Winneba. He has over eleven (11) years of experience in teaching and supporting access to equitable and quality education in deprived communities in Ghana. His focus is to use education as a tool to impact his community. He believes strongly that every child deserves a decent education regardless of geographical location, disability, status or tribe. For additional information visit the Henry Osabutey Foundation website at http://hoef.org.

TWA Comments: “ On our way back from Cape Coast, “This Way Africa” team stopped to visit the Heavenly Grace Educational Complex (NGO) to share their love and to bring small donations and gifts to the children. It was a rewarding, humbling and exhilarating experience to all the travelers, and so very much appreciated.”

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