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My Stolen Childhood

Understanding The Trokosi System - Full documentary - BBC Africa Eye. Thousands of women across West Africa have been enslaved by a centuries old practice called “trokosi”. Girls are forced to live and work with priests in religious shrines, for the rest of their lives, to “pay” for the sins of family members. Although the…
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Remembering Mr Lawrence Yirenkyi-Boafo

Mr.  Lawrence Yirenkyi-Boafo, a member of International Needs Ghana (INGH) has been called home to eternity. He was laid to rest at the Osu Cemetery on Saturday 7th April 2018. INGH pays tribute to this illustrious member who served as Treasurer and later as Board Chairman of the Organization The news of the sudden death…
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Two rural communities access potable water

The people of Gbegbevia, Kordorwukope and surrounding communities in the Ketu South Municipality can now access potable water. The communities have been connected to the Wego Community Water system within the Municipality through the support of International Needs Ghana, International Needs USA and the Center Point Church in the United States of America. Additionally, two…
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Belgian Queen interacts with traditional rulers in project areas.

Queen Mathilde of Belgium interacted with some traditional rulers of INGH’s child protection project communities in the Central Region, during her recent three-day visit to Ghana. The discussion with the Queen centred on the efforts of traditional rulers in ending child marriage and other child protection violations. At the meeting was the First Lady, Mrs…
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