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CARE LEAVERS GHANA NETWORK

Did you or your parents or friend grow up in care? Join the national care leavers page on Facebook and Instagram. It’s an online forum for Young people in care and out care with the aim of sharing experiences, and influencing policy and practice. Click on links below https://www.instagram.com/careleavers_ghana/ https://www.facebook.com/Care-Leavers-Ghana-Network-103918311620234

SEASON GREETINGS

2019 was a crucial turning point for Charis Touch Foundation where it restructured its priorities and launched its new vision 2030 with the aim of ensuring sustainable food production in orphanages in Ghana. Happy new year to all our partners and donors. Looking forward to making impact together.

OFFICIAL INVITATION TO BOOK LAUNCH

We humbly invite you to the launch of our Founders maiden book BEYOND THE ORPHANAGE: A Journey Of Hope And Aspirations Date: Saturday 5th December, 2020 Time: 4pm – 5pm Venue: Church Auditorium- Oracle’s Place-Spiritlife Revival Ministries Adenta SDA Junction (Opposite C4C Clinic) ABOUT THE BOOK As an orphan and Care Leaver Advocate who has personally experienced both lives in …

FOSTER CARE PARENTS NEEDED IN GHANA

A foster parent is a person who is willing and able to provide a stable, secure and loving temporary family home for a child.  The following criteria are to be used as a guide in determining the eligibility and suitability of prospective foster parents: ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENT (CHILDREN’S AMENDMENT ACT) AGE At least 21 years old Relative who is at least …

A LITTLE LOVE

A little love is what orphan’s and vulnerable children need. Never deny them this love when you encounter them. Until every child has a family let’s create lovely moments for them.#humanitarian #lovewins #loveothers #orphanadvocate

THE CHILD CARE SYSTEMS IN GHANA

Are you aware of the various child care systems we have in Ghana? Have an awesome read… Alternative care is a care for children who are not under the custody of their biological parents. It could be formal or informal, family based or residential care. 1. Family based care includes care by extended family members (kinship care), adoption and foster …