The Sangy Foundation (TSF), a Non-Governmental Organization, which seeks to provide quality health prevention information and education of the youth in Ghana have renovated a three (3) class room block in Wawasua, a community in the Sunyani West Municipal.
Vice President and Co. Founder of The Sangy Foundation, Mrs. Sara Nana Yeboah said, the foundation is commited in improving health and education in the poor and marginalize areas throughout the country.
“This is our 11th school we are renovating across the country and our motivation is giving back to the community in anyway we can and to make Ghana better than we met it.”
According to Sara Nana Yeboah, The Sangy Foundation has so far renovated 9 schools and 2 libraries across the country.
“We are not sleeping until every public school in rural Ghana is renovated. it has always be our dream to put proper infrastructure for children in the country.”
Apart from the school renovating, the foundation have signed children under the National Health Insurance Scheme, distribution of branded exercise books, pens, mathematical sets and school uniforms across the country.
Rev. Joseph Danquah of the Assemblies of God Liberty Centre said, God gave some people the gift to do his work when he created the earth, “He instructed us to go to far places and preach about the gospel, salvation messages and peaceful living, and also think about the welfare of others, so if you see Assemblies of God Liberty Center and
The Sangy Foundation here, then we are to pay our quota to the development of the Wawasua community.”
He called on other stake holders to help the development of the nation and well being of the needy. “Whatever you do for these little ones, will someday be re-compel unto you.”
The initiative was sponsored by Sikkens Ghana and supported by Assemblies of God; Liberty Centre-Sunyani, Christie Brown, Kwaku David, Photography, Golden Future Promotions, Passion Medical Relief and Proobile Gh.
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