As part of "A Child's Smile" program Rev. Ama celebrated Christians with 600 children of the north (mostly muslim kids). They were treated with movies, dancing and were fed with meals specially prepared for them.
Rev. Ama Owusu, on project "A Child's Smile" visits Tema Manhean Presby Primary School in Tema Ghana. She ministered and also donated football jersey to the school teams.
Rev. Ama Owusu travelled to a Ghanaian school to scope out some of the poorer conditions in the city of Tema; seeing the conditions of what a child must endure to persue his or her education.
You may wonder what are those black spots on the floor. Well what you are seeing, unfortunally are drippings and urine of animals (goats, pigs, and etc.) in the area that uses the Odumse Basic School classrooms as shelter because the school buildern is uncompleted as seen in videos 1-3. Pupils have to clean these mess every morning by sweeping and scrubing before class begins. (The stench let behind in these classrooms are soo bad for anyone to stay in it even when it cleaned.) A child must not suffer through such experince to get an education. Your contribution toward this project is very much welcome to enable us complete the school building. Help these beautiful children.
Rev. Ama Owusu, preaching in Ghana with interpreter. (cont'd)
The principal tells of what the youngest children of the school have to go through to learn. How would you feel to send your child to a school like this? Children have no exercise books, pins, pencils, etc. not even a slate. These pupils learn numbers and alphabets by written on a bare floor with chalk. What can you do to help?
Rev. Ama Owusu, preaching in Ghana with interpreter.
Rev. Owusu adressing the Junior High classes, encouraging them & amp; allowing you to see them first hand expressing their needs, which at a point, brought her into tears- literaly. Why must children suffer like that to study?
Families Of Today For Tomorrow brings "A Child's Smile" program to Mother Teresa Girls School in Senya-Berku in the Central Region Ghana. The team distributed exercise books, bags, pens, pens, eraser and rulers to the pupils and textbooks for the school.