REACT DONATES ITEMS TO 39 DISABLED CHILDREN IN GHANA

As part of our promises to disabled children  REACT has donated items worth about £2000 to 39 vulnerable children in Ghana.

The items included brand new wheelchairs, clothes, school bags, pens, pencils with cases, water bottles, hearing aids, pampers, sanitary pads, tooth brushes and pastes.

The presentation received national coverage by kind courtesy of an emerging vibrant Television station GhOne TV and other local Radio stations. Each child was presented with their items by REACT Trustees to ensure that all the items reached their intended beneficiaries which is our way of making a difference in the humanitarian sector.
Presenting the items, Trustee Edem Dogbatse said he was proud for REACT’s positive contribution into the lives of these children and was hopeful that this marks the beginning of greater support packages to come as REACT grows into our values.

REACT’s local representative, Mr John Tsivanyo spearheaded the distribution and drove miles in other to research child.
John who also helped each wheelchair beneficiary set up and familiarize with their new chairs said it’s always a joy to put a smile on the faces of some of society’s most vulnerable.
John said although the items are as a result of REACT’s needs assessment conducted during our path-finding mission in January 2017, he intends to follow up on the children later to ascertain how useful the items have been to them and make recommendations for future donations in line with our monitoring and evaluation strategies.

Some of the comments from some beneficiaries;
“Thank you for your kind support to the Group of disabled children in Ningo Prampram, God richly bless you”
The Ningo Prampram Disabled Coordinator

” Thank you a lot for the support you just gave us’….May God richly bless and see you through whatever you touch to blessing to the REACT family”
Mr Benjamin

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