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Go Ghana International Donates to the Save them Young Mission Orphanage Home (Tema) On International Youth Day

Go Ghana International Donates to the Save them Young Mission Orphanage Home (Tema) On International Youth Day

On Monday the 12th of August 2019, the Go Ghana International, an organizational for grooming young adult to a better policy approach, made a charitable donation to the Save Them Young Mission orphanage Home in Tema.

Go Ghana International, is an organization which provides a platform for young Ghanaian adult who is solely interested in international affairs and diplomacy. The platform seeks to build young people on policy formulation to truly reflect the needs of the people.

The team of GGI on Monday marked as the International Youth Day, placed a courtesy call to the orphanage home as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility, in their introductory speech emphasized, they emphasized that the lives of every individual in the society affect one another and that, and the needed effort should be done in other to bring smiles on the faces of these children.

The executive chairman Mr. Emmanuel Abu Ampong stressed on the point that, lessons from history have shown that better societies were as a result of better policies formulated by its leaders. Hence the goal of Go Ghana International. He also highlighted that the lives of the underprivileged are very important and GGI will be of help to the institution when the needs arise in time to come. He advised the children to take their studies serious and also put in the needed effort in whatever good thing they find their hands doing and that there is always light at the end of the tunnel.

Madam Sara, one of the directors of the orphanage thanked the donors for their support and items donated to the orphanage home. She said the orphanage houses 82 children and needs such items to run the home effectively. She also thanked GGI for bringing in the singing group Storm Acappella to entertain the children with music and xbitGh media for the graphic content.

By Peter Kenney
Ghana Institute of Journalism