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Adele Homestead Int. Rescues Nkwanta Orphans

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Madam Akua Ameka with some of the orphans
Madam Akua Ameka with some of the orphans
Madam Akua Ameka  with some of the orphans
some of the orphans

The Adele Homestead which was started in the 1970s by an Adele woman called Akua Ameka as a charity and mercy home has received a major boost from two spirited individuals, David Nkobo and Angelina Asiedu who converted the humble home into a modern orphanage which is housing ten (10) young children.

The idea of building an orphanage in the Nkwanta District is based on Akua Ameka?s initial work in the area.

She adopted children from all over the district irrespective of tribe, gender or religious sect.

Although Akua Ameka was just a farmer, she ensured that all her children and dependents acquired employable skills and thus impacted positively on the Adele community especially.

Mr. Daniel Nkobo and Madam Angelina Asiedu who believe the works of Akua Ameka must live on in the district with renewed zeal to carry on the ideals of the once noble trader and farmer.

The Adele Homestead is currently a centre of learning, recreation and a basic initiative school for orphans

And handicap children.

Under the programme, the children will go through alphabetic class, three days a week computer literacy class and three days basic initiative class on music, and cultural lessons.

The children will also benefit from sporting and fitness lessons.

The home has also acquired land for the construction of more classrooms and for future expansion.

The Adele Homestead is also in the process of identifying more handicap and needy children for support. They plan to donate items such as wheel chairs, walking sticks, clothes to the handicap and the needy around Nkwanta and its environs and beyond.

Madam Akua Ameka  with some of the orphans
some of the orphans
support to others
support to others
support to others
support to others
some orphaned children
some orphaned children
community members
community members and Angelika Asiedu
care for children
care for children
other beneficiaries
other beneficiaries
good time with Angelina Asiedu
good time with Angelina Asiedu
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