Hope for Humanity Foundation inaugurates centre

A GH¢400,000 Ministry Centre has been inaugurated by the Hope for Humanity Foundation, an Agona Swedru-based non-governmental organisation, at Agona Kwansakrom.

The 1,200-capacity edifice also has 10 rest rooms, four offices, as well as Information and Communications Technology Centre.

The centre would run secular, social and spiritual services for the general public as a means of positively touching their lives. Services 

Some of the secular services to be offered include manpower development, skills training, conferences, seminars and medical outreach.

Social services are made up of marriage engagement, wedding and funeral receptions, as well as anniversary celebrations.

It would also offer spiritual activities such as retreats, camp meetings, prayer and counselling and a place for selling Christian literature and launching of gospel music. Founder

The Founder and President of the foundation, Reverend Charles Arko-Nunoo, said at the inaugural ceremony that as a an individual who came from a disadvantaged society, he thought it wise to put up the centre to help change the lives of the people for the better.

He noted that the construction of the project with support from his US-based partners was a way of giving back to society through the NGO. Feeding of children

Rev. Arko-Nunoo, who is also the senior Pastor of the Central Assemblies of God Church, Agona Swedru, indicated that with support from his partners from the United States of America, the foundation fed pupils of the Assemblies of God Preparatory, stressing that what God expected of Christians was to feed and provide the needs of the socially disadvantaged.

He noted that the gesture was to put smiles on the faces of the school pupils so that they would not feel neglected by the society.

He noted that  the centre would provide a unique opportunity for a lot of the youth within the area to acquire particularly entrepreneurial skills so that they could lead responsible lives in future.

He explained that the centre would take care of both the physical and spiritual needs of users of the facility

Rev. Arko-Nunoo stressed that each individual was created by God to solve a problem in the society, adding that through the NGO, a lot of people would be oriented to live responsible lives.

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