My Average Day at Work Does Not Look like Yours

— On July 5, 2018 by

My day begins every morning at 6:45am when I leave my hostel to head for the tro tro. What’s a tro tro? It’s the main form of public transportation in Ghana, but no it’s not a bus. It’s a big van that seats 4 rows of people; personal space does not exist, and you must […]

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Walking for a good cause in Belgium

— On May 28, 2015 by

On 3 March 2015, one of our current volunteers, Florine, organised an event in Belgium to raise money for the medical cases of four SCEF beneficiaries. With the help of her family and her youth club (Patro Saint-Médard Ouffet) she set up a sponsor walk. The children of the youth club went around in their neighborhoods and their […]

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Emmanuella’s story – Help her stand tall and walk through all that life has to offer!

— On February 4, 2015 by

Emmanuella’s mother gave birth to premature twins, a boy and a girl, through a normal delivery at Ridge Hospital on 2nd August, 2012. The twins were later put into an incubator for some time due to their health. Emmanuella, the girl, and her brother were discharged from the hospital while still having complications. Later the mother took Emmanuella to […]

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