Aids, Ebola, Cholera, Malaria and Cancer Awareness

This awareness campaign reaches out to the entire world; malaria kills a child somewhere in the world every 30 seconds. This disease is a cruelly potent child killer, especially when combined with the poverty in which much of the developing world lives. In the absence of good nutrition, sanitation and health care, HIV/AIDS, malaria,measles,polio and tuberculosis mean certain end to millions of children. Aids alone havetaken more than 20 million of lives and may take millions more if trends continue. As of November 2004, women accounted for nearly 50 percent of the more than 37 million people living with HIV worldwide and for 60 percent in sub-Saharan African.(Ghana 2014 estimated 150,000)

The recent outbreak of the Ebola virus is the most widespread virus in history, affecting multiple countries in West African. Cancer cases are also on high in Ghana.AIDs, Ebola, cholera,malaria and cancer are pandemic morbidities thathits the Ghanaian societies and waste lives. Campaign aim is to raise public awareness of signs and or symptoms of these illnesses and diseases. And also encourage people already affected.

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Enriching Children's and Teacher's Education and Skills

The educational support program reaches out to the communities of Ghana. there is great diversity amongst and between township communities which changes types of programs needed and individuals we work with and for.

Most of the schools in Ghana experiences difficulties and barriers to progress. This barriers and difficulties including truancy and inadequate of school supplies, no feeding and bad drinking water, illiteracy among parents and guidance, inadequate housing and land, insufficient service provision, limited access to and or poor quality health care, high unemployment rate, and a number of challenges associated to education and skill development at all ages. These ongoing struggle reflect the disparities that were created between people.

Lots of residents in the Ghana deprived communities do not have access to basic utilities such as water, sewage. Electricity or health care. Due to limited resources, schools in these communities greatly struggle to provide children with the resources they need to succeed in their educational career.

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Special Needs Schools

The Disability support program reaches out to schools fondly referred to special schools in Ghana that provide education for children and young adults living with special needs. These schools provide a safe and nurturing environment for children with various conditions including autism, Down’s syndrome, epilepsy, dyslexia and learning difficulties. The education focuses on providing basic education, personal Hygiene, environmental health, social skills and vocational skills training.

Children living with special needs have been long misunderstood and as a result have faced years of stigmatizations from their families and society, Many parents go so far as to hide disabled children to avoid the shame of being associated with them, as they are unable to cater to their needs. In the recent years, Hope 4 the special people has conducted awareness campaigns to educate the public on disabilities. The encourage communities to embrace the children and take them to schools where they can learn skills to help them live wholesome lives.

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Feed The Hungry Child Crusade

This crusade support program is to reach out to very deprived communities in every region of Ghana.

In some villages in Ghana where children are very vulnerable, a parent is either unable to care for his/her children, causing neglect or child abuse. These communities regularly face the challenge of inadequate access to basic utilities such as food,good drinking water, electricity and health care.These selected areas have high rate of unemployment and underemployment within the community. Meaning that, many families continue to live well below the bread line. This often results in families struggling to meet the daily necessities of life.

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Sponsor a Child Program

Many families living in Ghana struggle financially and are unable to support themselves. Many communities in Ghana are characterized by a high percentage of retired and a low percentage of people in stable employment. It is evident that peer pressure has led to the prevalence of drug abuse and the abundance of local beer houses adding to the economic and social collapse.

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