Voices of African Mothers(VAM) an NGO founded by the former United Nations Chief Financial Officer with the Peace Keeping Forces and also supported by the first Lady of Equatorial Guinea Mrs. Constancia Mangue Nsue de Obiang has recommenced its outreach projects this year 2016.
A voice of African Mothers (VAM) over the years has embarked on numerous projects to ensure that, target set for the organization’s initiative is achieved.
As part of Voices of African Mothers (VAM) course to promote health care delivery in the society, three hundred (300) children have been registered unto the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) to enable them have access to free health care to continue with last year’s exercise where more than 250 children were involved.
The registration exercise took place at the Tanoso Hospital which has become a partner of Voices of African Mothers (VAM) to help in quality health care delivery.
Dr. Bandoh the co- founder of the hospital explained that the exercise will help reduce the challenge facing most parents when it comes to the cost of health care delivery.
Voices of African Mothers (VAM) during the past weekend revisited the Mampong Babies Home in the Ashanti Region with its Board members which includes; James R. Jubilee a retired political activist of city of Mount Vernon, NY,USA, Connie Fowler International Secretary of Voices of African Mothers, and Honorable Delores Scott Brathwaite who is also a judge in the town of Greenburgh one of the largest municipalities in the county of Westchester, NY, United State and also students From Cornell University (US) donated some items and a cash to the Babies Home.
The delegation was lead by the krobohemaa of Mampong who thanked Nana Fosu Randall for the annual initiative she has taken upon herself and therefore urged authorities to use the items efficiently.
Receiving the items, the authority of the Babies Home blessed Voices of African Mothers (VAM) and its donors and also appealed to other organizations to come to the aid of the Home.
In education VAM is enrolling ten (10) children from Equatorial Guinea at John William Montessori School at Kwadaso a suburb of Kumasi to acquire certificate in basic education.
The project is being sponsored by the first lady of Equatorial Guinea, Mrs. Constancia Mangue Nsue de Obiang who is also a patron of Voices of African Mohers ( VAM).
Not only children from other countries benefit from the project but also children from Tanoso and its environs who are brilliant but have no one to care for are being enrolled at John William Montessori School.
This year at John William Montessori School, 45 students graduated all by kind courtesy of Nana Fosu Randall .
Commenting at the event, she said “I am happy that my late husband Prof. L. Randall and the Randall family can help a child have access to quality education with the support of the first lady of Equatorial Guinea. Thanks to all our donors who have been helping our dear organization .
By: Syxtus Eshun