Year 2018 summary by Ernest Appiah
2018 has been a very trying year for ANOPA Project, our resolve and commitment to help the less privileged was tested to the limit, but ever resilient Project Coordinator and the local volunteers didn’t flinch, they rather remained resolute and gave more than they are supposed to.
Our biggest highlight of the year was the visit and donation by Memphis Depay to support deaf and blind children to participate in Sport this help cushioned our activities and brought around renewed energy for the staff and the less privileged kids.
We thank every partner and stakeholder of 2018, and we hope for a much greater support in 2019.
A special thank you goes to the following partners and stakeholders for their unflinching support
Andreas and Alice Siepmann
South African Womens Tea
Lincoln Community International School
All past and current volunteers
Cape Coast School for the Deaf
Some activities to look out for in 2019 include
Extended swimming lessons for deaf and blind children/youth
General swimming lessons
All-inclusive soccer for deaf and non-deaf children
Collaboration with the Cape Coast Chapter of the Ghana Blind Union
Collaboration with Cape Coast Chapter of the Ghana Deaf Association
Life Skills for basic schools on the environment (Nothinleavesearth)
Thank You, Ernest Appiah - Project Coordinator ANOPA