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ZOE At Three! ZOE Humanitarian Projects Donate To KLO Akwapim Basic School & Akropong School For The Blind

Zoe Humanitarian Projects, a non-profit organisation was established with the aim of empowering children and the youth as a whole with a greater focus on those that are disadvantaged.

The organisation seeks to promote equity and improve lives through social interventions. Their core mandate is rooted in areas of education and health.

The Zoe Humanitarian Projects idea was conceived when Zoe, an Afro-Italian girl, was born. This blessing received marked the beginning of giving back to children in Ghana a dose of the blessing of Zoe, a delight to many.

The organization seeks to support children between the ages of 1 and 6 through its interest areas – education, health and empowerment.

As it is done each year by the team, this year will be no different with a greater focus on education where a Yilo Krobo school and the Akwapim School for the Blind are to receive items to mark the 3rd birthday of Little Zoe.

“As luck would have it, we are blessed to have on board Akumaa Mama Zimbi, a well-known public Figure as part of our team this year”, this was announced by Ms Loretta Asante, the Country Director of Zoe Humanitarian Projects.

Touching further on the donations, Ms Asante disclosed that an amount of GHC45000 would be used in renovating the Klo-Akwapim R/C Basic School and it is expected to be unveiled by an individual whose appointment to join the team would be announced later in December.

Lastly, a party was held for the children at the Akropong School for the Blind whilst donating food and study materials.

Watch the blind students’s excellent performance below.

 

 

 

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