Flt. Lt. Rosemary Amenyo-Xah interacts with our campers Date
Flt. Lt. Rosemary Amenyo-Xah from the Ghana Air Force interacting with the campers during the visit of the crew today. #NnekaWCSC18
Youth Parliament. Date
On the agenda for discussion in last Friday parliamentary was the Legalization of Abortion. The Gender and Children Minister moved the motion for abortion to be legalized since more girls are dying through unsafe abortion. The legalization, according to her will ensure we have professionals doing the abortion for the girls. By so, the death rate as result of unsafe abortion would be reduced. Most MPs spoke against the motion while some were in favour. After heated debate, there was voice vote. Majority of the MPs voted against the motion. Other issues debated were; 1. Inadequate training of teachers. 2. Double-track system. 3. Open defecation.
13 year old teen mother shares her story Date
She is 13 years old. She was 12 when a man raped her. Sadly, she got pregnant and didn’t know for months. She delivered by herself at home. She was at the #NnekaWCSC18 to share her story of how she was raped and warned never to tell anyone, or else she dies. She advised the campers to avoid going to places alone and also to report to their parents anytime a man or a woman makes sexual advances on them.
Nneka Christmas Party 2018 Date
Nneka Youth Foundation hosted over 700 children at its 8th Christmas Party held in Kpando on the Boxing day. Santa Clause ASKO was truly present and this aroused the curiosity of the children who have seen the real Father Christmas for the first time in their lives. INDOMIE gave us the biggest surprise when they pulled up, set up and supported us with more food. Madam Dela Sowah, the member of Paliament of Kpando and the Director of the Municipal Health, Dr. Samuel Abudey interacted with the children and encouraged them to be focused on their education. We really appreciate you all who made it possible for this wonderful time with our children.
Mavis and Bernice are set for the university Date
An evening with Mavis and Bernice, two of NNEKA's determined young girls who are off to University for Development Studies and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology respectively tomorrow!! These young women epitomise the transformation we deliver. They are manifestations of the Nneka Success story. They became Nneka beneficiaries since 2014 and they have been through the whole nine yards.They are so grateful and promise to hold high the banner of Nneka and achieve their dreams. Team NNEKA wishes them a successful semester. We believe in creating pathways of opportunity and these girls have realised their dreams.
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