ANOPA Project and RYTHM Foundation assist a deaf youth with shoe filing machine
After supporting Kofi Kyei, a 29 year old shoe maker who is also deaf with a shoe filing machine, this is what he had to say during our follow up visit to him "I'm so glad to be gifted the shoe filing machine. It makes most of my work easier. It plays a very important role since I use it to shape and and design the sandals and shoes. I have been able to make some income so far and I promise to work hard to improve my life and the lives of my immediate family. I am grateful to RYTHM Foundation for the support" This support forms part of our technical/vocational module for differently-abled youth within our communities. Mostly after acquiring the necessary vocational and technical skills, most people are not able to start their own businesses due to lack of basic tools and equipment. We are gradually changing the narratives with the support from RYTHM Foundation.