Our Director of Operations Abass Cesar met with Chief Naa Somo where they discussed the business, financial and sustainable development situation of the communities in the Northern Region of Ghana, the Chief is concerned about economic growth and poverty reduction, During his visit, our Director toured the area to also assess the water and sanitation conditions
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For the next 5 years, we will be working within 3 communities, in the Northern region of Ghana Africa, implementing the World Health Organization (WHO), water, sanitation, and hygiene program (WaSH), along with health and wellness, as well as education and economic issue.
By 2020 we hope to build a women resource center, giving women access to personal hygiene products and information, the center will also provide business, financial and sustainable development training.
In November 2018, our Director of Operations donated items to the Madina Zongo Community Health Centre. Items included birth spread, pads and panty liners for the women who come for antenatal care and the newborn mothers who come to weigh and do health check-up for their babies.
The Lady B Bless Humanitarian Foundation, Inc, General Manager Elizabeth Ofori (second from right) with students from the Basic Education Department of the University of Development Studies (UDS, Ghana) after a Teach-SDGs session held at the school's Dungu Campus Tamale Ghana
Teach SDGs class led by The Lady B Bless Humanitarian Foundation, Inc General Manager Elizabeth Ofori at the Dungu Campus of the University of Development Studies, Tamale Ghana
The Lady B Bless Humanitarian Foundation, Inc General Manager Elizabeth Ofori and Chief Naa Somo (Insert from Left) with the residents of the Kunyeville Community, Northern Ghana
Residents of the Kunyeville community (Tamale, Ghana) answering questions on the SDGs and the Goals which are of immediate concern to them
Residents from the Kunyeville community, one of our Foundation's community.