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Christmas Party at WEM Centre with Beneficiaries

This year both centers came together to celebrate Christmas. A big bus filled with our beneficiaries and staff members of the First Contact Place (FCP) arrived on Saturday morning, the 21st of December at WEM Centre.

After singing together, dances were performed and we remembered Jesus’ birth with Bible readings and prayers.

Later that day we moved on to prove our skills in volleyball, football and table tennis and played some matches against each other while others were dancing or supporting the cooks in the kitchen. At the end we enjoyed our lunch, some nice drinks and biscuits.

In the evening all of us moved back to Ashaiman, the children were already really excited to go home and spend the holidays with their families and friends.

We had lots of fun together and we are glad to see how the project and ROHC family is growing year by year.

Rays of Hope Centre wishes all of you a blessed Merry Christmas and a prosperous new year 2020.

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Richard’s Success story

Richard Tetteygah,  another proud beneficiary of Rays of Hope Centre has graduated from the Accra Technical University attaining a Higher National Diploma in Fashion Design and Textiles.

He is currently a Teaching Assistant at the Koforidua Technical University doing his national service for the period, 2019-2020. He graduated from the Mawuli Senior High School in 2016 where he studied Home Economics (Clothing). He has been a beneficiary of ROHC for the past 13 years.

Richard is a role model for our young and new beneficiaries in his social and moral lifestyles. During vacation, he assists in teaching and the guidance of our beneficiaries in both Centres. 

We are very proud of Richard with his academic achievements amidst the challenges over the years. and we wish him the best in his career.

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Former beneficiaries give back to ROHC

Former beneficiaries of Rays of Hope Centre as one of their activities for the year 2019, engaged current beneficiaries in planting sweet potatoes for WEM Centre in Ayikuma. The aim of the exercise is to help reduce cost of food items for beneficiaries.

On 30th November, a group of former beneficiaries came to WEM Centre to clear a portion of the land and to plant sweet potatoes. Beneficiaries in WEM were engaged in the clearing of the land and planting. Together with the former beneficiaries, our beneficiaries had a lot of fun and the planting was done after about 3 hours.

We expect to harvest the potatoes in March 2020 and we look forward to more cooperation with the group of former beneficiaries. Overall, this day was a successful day of farming and the beneficiaries enjoyed working together with the former beneficiaries.