After 4 years of construction, the day-care center Wenchi, Ghana, was handed over to its destination. It was agreed to name it after the deceased brother of the chairman of AHA, who at the time made the acquisition of the plot possible. Therefore, it is now called Akwaboah house.
On two weekends, the building was presented to the traditional council and to the elderly registered and cared for by the local NGO. Also present was a representative of the main sponsor, AWO Kreisverband Wiesbaden.
Now first activities can start. First, meeting days are set up. In the next stage education about hygiene and nutritional counseling should be offered. Still open is the concept about the catering offer.
Certainly there are still some remaining work to do on the building, as well as to get some equipment. For this we ask for further support. Furthermore, the drilling of a well is planned to ensure the supply of water, because there is a connection to the public network, but currently water supply is limited to two days of the week.
Front view and entrance
Traditional ceremony and multi purpose room
Multi purpose- and rest room
Veranda Kitchen Aisle to toilet and shower
View of the compound