THREE DEAF STUDENTS RECEIVE SUPPORT FROM ANOPA PROJECT THROUGH ITS SUSTAINABILITY MODULE
Three students from the Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind in the Central Region of Ghana have received educational and other auxiliary support from the ANOPA Project in order to help them stay in School and Learn. All three students have benefitted from the RYTHM Foundation funded programme geared towards the use of sport in the promotion of education and vocation for deaf and blind children in Ghana.
Philip Obeng, 13 has been one of the many success stories of the programme since 2019 having come from a broken home deprived of any special education since he was 10 years old. After being enrolled through the program Philip has achieved complete dexterity and prowess in the use of the sign language, improved communication and learning abilities.
Elizabeth Arthur and Richmond Aikins 12 and 8 years respectively were equally enrolled on the same Educational Module Programme in 2021/22 academic year. Both have suffered family neglect having come from a huge family without proper parental support. Having been deprived of education since birth they were timely rescued through this unique initiative. With this intervention the prospects of quality education would have eluded these great children who are stigmatized within their communities as a result of their situation.
Through the efforts of our International Funding Officer in charge of our sustainability module, Katie Bohnof engages in several fund raising initiatives to keep supporting highly vulnerable and deprived children within and outside the project to continually pursue their education. Katie is currently in Ghana to present various educational support to these children who are currently in School.
ANOPA Project is poised to support all vulnerable and differently-abled children through our uniquely crafted modules to the betterment of all.