REACT Humanitarian Network


REACT inspired by the support of donors and its TRUSTEES  sends its first shipment to Ghana

REACT inspired by the support of donors and the unwavering commitment by its TRUSTEES has managed to sent its first shipment to Ghana to support Disabled children we identified during our path-finding mission in January 2017. The items include wheelchairs, clothes, tooth brushes, tooth pastes, water bottles, pampers, sanitary pads, school bags, hearing aids and basic educational materials such as pens, pencils and pencil cases. The shipment was made possible by kind courtesy of our local freight (door-to-door) operator who doubles as a partner and sympathiser. REACT’s management could not hide their joy and expressed hope in unison. Founder Prince Osei Akowuah said with the help of the shipper to assist with and facilitate the shipping and logistical needs and the selfless commitment of Trustees, the sky can only be the limit.

See extracts from some Trustee members;

Trustee Felix Nana Kofi Ofori said his “passion and desire to reduce human misery so as to give solace to the least fortunate” means REACT although young will be a fortress in the humanitarian world soon. Wisdom Bessie Dente said REACT’s “passion for humanitarian work-working with poor and vulnerable people to redress social injustice” will see us through despite the challenges ahead. Tony Langbourn said this first shipment is testimony that we shall continue to offer support and advice to vulnerable families even in difficult times. Nyamadi said REACT will strive to always be there “to assist the less privileged in society.” Edward Amponsah said REACT will continue to “bring willing mind and heart together to work for the betterment of disabled children.” Tarek Freeman insisted that humanitarian work should always seek to “make a positive change in people’s life” and REACT will never deviate from that objective. Leon Roos said REACT is ready to tirelessly work “to rebalance the imbalances in society”

Pictures by Edem & Prince


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