Cape Coast School For The Deaf

The items included 40 bags of rice, five gallons of cooking oil, six buckets of washing soap, toiletries and a cash of GHc2,000 to support their upkeep. A senior aide to Mrs Osei Opare, Mr Frank Asiedu Bekoe, who presented the items on her behalf  in Cape Coast last Tuesday said Madam Osei Opare had been involved in philanthropic work […]

Cape Coast: School For The Deaf Receives Help From Ahmadiyya Youth

The Youth leadership of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission in Cape Coast- Abura Zone has donated some items to the Cape Coast School for the Deaf. This is one of the several donations that has been initiated by the group. In the past, institutions like the prisons, selected hospitals have benefited from similar gestures. Among the leaders of the group were […]

Wenchi School For The Blind

The educational future of some 26 visually impaired students of the Akropong School for the Blind in the Eastern region hang in the balance. This is because the students who are qualified for placement have still not been allocated schools weeks after other eligible candidates have gone to school. The plight of these students persist despite the fact that government […]

How Are They Funded (Ashanti School For The Deaf)

The organization’s principal source of funding is the Ghana National Trust Fund plus technical assistance from the Department of Social Welfare. However, this is inadequate to meet all the needs at the Centre and they therefore, depend on charitable donations and benevolent organizations. They also received donations of food items from the Catholic Relief Service and the Canadian Food for […]

Ashanti School For The Deaf

The Ashanti School for the Deaf in the Ashanti region is a voluntary non- profit organization. It was establish in Ghana in 1977 in partnership with the Department of Social Welfare to enhance the quality of life for the deaf and socially disadvantaged youth. The organization is managed by seven board of directors and a Centre manager appointed by the […]