The Swindon Ghanaian Society (SGS) has  presented three hundred Pound (£300) to fund the construction of one

of REACT’s ramps for disabled children at the Old Ningo Presbyterian Basic L A primary school.

The ramp is to help make the school building accessible by REACT beneficiaries who received our tricycle in 2018.

Presenting the funds, SGS Chairman Mr. Eddie Koppoe said the Association recognizes the incredible work REACT 

does which is in line with SGS’s vision of coming together as Ghanaians in the diaspora to support one another. 

Mr. Koppoe said the ramp marks the beginning of greater collaboration with SGS and other charities offering support to

vulnerable persons both in the UK and Ghana.


REACT’s CEO, Prince Osei Akowuah thanked SGS for the kind gesture and the said the construction will leave a positive SGS 

legacy in the community and hope other unions will emulate the gesture. Prince said Ghana and its disabled children can only 

develop if we all play a crucial part like SGS and continue to leave footprints in vulnerable communities as Ghanaians in the diaspora.

For more information about Swindon Ghanaian Association, please the contact Mr. Eddie Koppoe (Chairman) Tel. +44 7951324869

Story by Prince Osei Akowuah
Picture by Alex Nunoo.

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