Wir zählen zu den Gewinnern des diesjährigen Afrika Communiy Award, ausgeschrieben von Money Gram:
The day care center finally got a power connection. In addition, railings and handrails were attached.
We were especially pleased that we were able to drill a well for the facility with the support of Engagement Global and install a tank. We are now independent from the unreliable water supply.
Es konnten weitere Einrichtungsgegenstände angeschafft werden, bzw wurden gespendet, wie Stühle, Pflegebett, Spiele und Fernseher.
Furthermore, there were more wheelchairs and nursing aids to distribute. This also benefited disabled young people.
And there is now a nurse and three helpers who regularly check vital functions. That meets with great interest.
For the second time, we traveled with our friends Beatrice Remmert and Heini Staub from AWO Kreisverband Wiesbaden Ghana to inform us about the construction progress of the Day care center and to organize further measures concerning the operation of the facility. We succeeded in finding suitable staff as well as in establishing a cooperation with the Methodist Hospital, which supports us in training and operation.
In addition, we were able to hold consultations on health education, as well as training in the correct management of nursing aids.
Last but not least, there was a visit to a physiotherapist in Sunyani, who also has a small workshop for prostheses.
Coordinate with the community nurse Cecilia Yeboah and her nurses on the training of caring relatives and the volunteer staff as well as regulations for the operation of the day.
Also the handling with the walker wants to be learned. Consultations are also held.
Pictures of the building and in the following you can see that we finally hung up our donation tiles from the charity buffet.
Here are the latest picture from the construction place:
More and more African countries coming to the conclusion that attention must be paid to the group of elderly. Here is an example of our dedicated friends of Nyumba ya Wazee of Antwerp, with whom we met last year and replaced. Their project has gone now in operation: