Ngos Vulnerable
Ngos Vulnerable

The Eastern Region Optimist Club, a non-governmental organization (NGO) in collaboration with Humanity Africa Project, Nigeria, has organized a party for some selected socially disadvantaged people at Kwahu Apradang in the Kwahu West District.

The annual initiative held under the ‘One Love Project’, over 500 orphans, Person’s With Disability (PWDs), widows and the aged.

Mr Foster Oteng, the Eastern Regional President of Optimist Club and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Center for Community and Youth Development(GIBICTS), said the aim of the NGO was to seek the welfare of the vulnerable and orphans by providing their needs.

He said children are the responsibility of parents and urged parents to protect and take good care of their kids to enable them become useful citizens.

Mr Oteng said aside their benevolence to society, they have plans of organizing free apprenticeship training for the youth in the community to help create job avenues for them.

The training, he said, would be in the areas of soap making, beads making and dressmaking amongst others.

Mr Oteng urged the youth in the area to get registered for any of the apprenticeship programs to help reduce the unemployment rate in the area.

He called on the well to do and corporate organizations to show their love through donations especially, to the deprived and vulnerable.

The children were treated to food, drinks, sweets and good music, whilst the aged also shared their memories to the gathering.

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