Enrollment of 8 beneficiaries into Basic School

Another successful year has come to an end, were 8 beneficiaries have transited from the street life and its conditions to school life.

Last year, 2017 these children were on the streets not schooling. They have successfully passed through the 1-year Pre-School Classes at our FCP Centre and have exhibited a strong will, passion and dedication for a brighter future through education.

Traphina, Elizabeth, Doris, Peace, John, David and Frank have all been admitted to the St Peter Methodist School in Ashaiman. Kofi (8 years) has also been admitted to Mawuvio Outreach Programme in Ayikuma for his basic education. Based on their academic level, they have all been admitted into various classes at the primary level.

Our monitoring system ensures that at all times, our beneficiaries are making the best out of the opportunity presented to them in terms of their academic, social and moral development.

May the school be a place for them were they are happy and motivated to learn new skills were they can gain lots of experience for their future development.

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Step by Step, Day by Day, a Journey of HOPE Begins

We are proud to announce an addition of new children from the streets after 5 months of scanning hot spots within our City Centres. Their parents/guardians have been successfully located and taken out of the streets to their various homes.

The identified youngsters after signing a mutual contract with ROHC will be enrolled into Pre-School classes to guide them gradually into school life, social life and reintegration back into society and their family.

The new beneficiaries come from unique and different backgrounds. The influences of the street life are still present but it is wonderful that they are highly motivated to learn new things and unlearn negative street attitudes.

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A kind Gesture from Knight of St John International

On Saturday, 6th October, the “Knights of St. John International” a group in the Catholic Church visited WEM-Centre and brought a lot of sanitary, educational materials, clothing and food items to the Centre and the beneficiaries.

The brand new Nasco deep freezer will boost to our food storage facilities. The set of clothing will go a long way to add to the collection of our beneficiaries, there by bringing variety in clothing for church and special programmes. All in all, these heart felt donation of assorted items meeting our daily educational, sanitary and food needs go a long way to put a smile on our beneficiaries and even taking them many steps further from the streets.