Home of Hope: Ghana, West Africa

Last month I visited ‘Home of Hope,’ a charitable project committed to the physical and spiritual welfare of orphaned, destitute and needy children. Home of Hope houses 23 children and is located ten miles west of Accra in New Bortiarnor. The children who live at Home of Hope attend daily studies, are provided with clean water, proper sanitation, healthy and nutritious food, as well as health care, including AIDS prevention. On the same site as Home of Hope, construction and development of ‘FAYEF International School’ is underway. This school provides education for the resident children in the home, as well as more than 160 children from the surrounding villages – who, along with the Home of Hope residents, are also fed daily. The construction of FAYEF is supported by funds raised from members of Reverend Osmond Owusu’s Church in James Town along with other contributions from various sources in the UK. As more funds are raised, construction continues with work carried out by local craftsmen employed at a good rate of pay. For more information or to find out how you can help the children at Home of Hope and FAYEF International School, please visit New Day, New Life.

  • Ilia, these are so great ! very proud of you !ReplyCancel

  • Natasha

    Wow, Ilia! What an incredible journey.. Thank you for sharing…ReplyCancel

  • Amazing experience! Gorgeous photos! Welcome back. xo.ReplyCancel

  • Isaac Ashong Amarh

    (1)Your assignment for tomorrow is to look and listen for God in each person whom you see.(2)If you have an activist pathway,challenges dont discourage you;they energize you.ReplyCancel

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