NGOs have a significant role to play, alongside governments,
in improving the status of women.
Jenny Shipley

There are new generation of people in Ghana who have taken the challenge to make a change in the Region.
They have taken the challenge to put smiles on the faces of others,develop and to create opportunities for the youth in Ghana.
The main aim of this post is not only to expose this change makers to the world at large but to celebrate this great outside the box thinkers and to let them know that
their work and contribution to the development of the region is recognized
and well appreciated.

Meet one of the Ghana’s change makers who is doing all What she can to put smiles on the faces of underprivileged children in some communities in Ghana. Miss NAFISAH ALHASSAN, a native of  Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region of Ghana. She is also a student of UNIVERSITY FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES and studies INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT STUDIES. She is also the founder of NAFTHESS FOUNDATION(DONT DUMP…DONATE GRACIOUSLY) project a non governmental organization (NGO) aimed at collecting footwear (used/new) for underprivileged children in the communities. She also provide this children with books,uniforms and other materials.

She runs this foundation all by her self.
I had our fist donation done in WECHIAU in the upper west region and now looking up to to do the next donation in the upper East region(BOLGATANGA). She said.
 After every donation, she encourages her beneficiaries to be determined, focused and study real hard and with all this they can be whatever they want to be.
Personally, I’ve a problem with the word charity, because I think that NGOs, as I prefer calling them, really do take the work of moral and social responsibilities that ought to be taken on by governments. And that is exactly what NAFTHESS is undertaken. The government, individuals or donors  can assist this strong young Woman and her indefatigable team to even reach their charitable potentials which will travel a long way to eradicate poverty in most of the under privilege societies in Ghana.

you can Contact her for more information.
Thank you very much

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