Vodafone Ghana Foundation has supported Dream-Believe-Achieve Foundation in organising a mentoring programme for the Sunday school children from the Perez Chapel in Accra.
Dubbed; ‘Braveheart,’ it is a mentoring programme which aims at instilling in students fundamental principles and building their core value system. It also looks at nurturing the children in order to help accomplish their dreams in the near future.
Commenting on the project, founder of Dream-Believe-Achieve Foundation, Ms. Brooke Nuwati, restated the objective of the project, with the hope that the mentees will exhibit a high sense of responsibility, following their successful completion of the programme.
According to her, the program, which was organised a year ago on Valentine’s Day, has become a look-forward event which seeks to give children good start in life.
“The Dream-Believe-Achieve initiative is an ongoing one; it’s not only held on Valentine’s Day; the project provides a friendly environment for knowledge sharing with some fun activities to keep the children entertained whiles being educated,” she noted.
She was optimistic that the skills acquired by the pupils will yield the necessary fruits as they interact with their peers and community.
For her part, Head of Vodafone Ghana Foundation, Nana Yaa Ofori-Koree, said “the objective of the Dream-Believe-Achieve project was in line with Vodafone’s vision to develop the full potential of students to positively impact society.”
Some topics which were treated on the day included Carrier Counseling, Sex Education, Underage Drinking, Personal Hygiene & Grooming and Communicating with Confidence.-
Credit: Vodafone Ghana