Stigmatized Children In Deprived Communities Receive Support

Over fifty children who are stigmatized against because of one form of physical or social condition have received support from a Ghanaian-based Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), GIVE TO EAT Ghana.

The children who are mostly selected from Agona Nkum and its surrounding communities in the Agona West Municipality of the Central Region where the NGO operates are currently enrolled in Basic Schools in the area.

According to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the NGO, Dr. Kinsley Arthur who is also the Development Chief of Agona Nkum with the stool name Nana Kwame Abbang I, the aims and objective of the Organization is to give hope to the hopeless, particularly children from poor homes, orphans and widows.



Briefing ghananews247.comon some of the achievements of the activities in the area, Nana Kwame Abbang pointed out that apart from enrolling the children in school, the NGO also provide free meals, uniforms as well as some financial support to some of the children, including some parents of extremely poor economic background.

He further hinted that the Organization is offering full scholarship to most of these children to the level of their educational ability, and commended benevolent individuals and organization such as members of his church in Germany as well as his German wife, Mrs. Babara Arthur for their supporting in realizing the vision of the organization. 

By. Robert Ayanful

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