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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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The Legon Baptist Church played host to International Needs Ghana on 2nd December 2017 as Board members, management, staff and their families met in fellowship and thanksgiving for 30 years of working to see transformed lives and changed communities. It was a happy homecoming for old Board members and persons who have been involved with…
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Jesse Nuno fulfils pledge to INVTC

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  • Mr Cromwell Awadey shaking hands with Mr. Jesse Nuno in appreciation of his kind gesture. Behind Jesse, is Mrs. Googie Nuno, his mother
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When Mr. Jesse Nuno decided to do the London Marathon, he had one objective in mind; to support the International Needs Vocational Training Centre (INVTC). Jesse has made good his pledge and donated some equipment to the Fashion Department INVTC.
Jesse was accompanied to the INVTC by his mother Mrs. Googie Nuno. The items which included industrial machines, cutting tables, steamed iron, dressing stands and sewing accessories were received by Mr. Cromwell Awadey, Head of Programs of INGH, Ms Aurelia Evame Bissabah, Gender and Empowerment Manager and Ms. Bernice Broohm, outgoing Principal of INVTC.