The leadership of the OVC, a Non-Governmental Organization with the vision of helping the less privileged in our Ghanaian community paid a working visit to the Ningo-Prampram District Chief Executive (DCE), Hon. AL-Latiff Tetteh Amanor and the District Coordinating Director (DCD), Mr. Mohammed Avona.
The visit was to afford the leadership of OVC to officially introduce themselves to the DCE since the organization has been operational and to invite him to the upcoming event in August.
Briefing the DCE, Bishop David Kwadwo Ofosuhene highlighted the organization is an accredited institution focusing on bringing comfort to the less privileged. The organization extends its support to the prison service.
He also mentioned that orphans and vulnerable people need care and attention. There are these groups of persons left without any helper. Currently, “we have been able to assist 130 students in the long Katamanso in providing for their school needs as well get them health insurance card if they don’t have and birth certificates.”
“Beneficiaries in the Ningo-Prampram District will also have a taste of the project where an amount and educational items will be given to each beneficiary at the launch of the project. The launching of the project is on Thursday 11th August 2022.” He added.
Hon. Al-Latiff Tetteh Amanor express his interest in the project and assured the Assembly’s readiness for their support. Caring for the less privileged should be our optimal concern; therefore, we must embrace this project.
Others present at the meeting were representatives from the District Social Welfare and Information and Administrative Staff in the assembly.