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Entrepreneurs Diary - June 20, 2021

Endless Possibilities And Hope Development Organization Passes Out 43 Young Trained Girls

Endless Possibilities And Hope Development Organization, a non-governmental organization in Teshie Nungua in Greater Accra Region has passed out forty-three (43) young girls from its mentorship program over the weekend.

As part of the vision of the Endless Possibilities And Hope Development Organization to raise good people in the country, another model was duly launched at the graduation ceremony of the 43 trained girls which is for young boys and they were also going to be given the same training.

“The mentorship program took about eight weeks, approximately two months to equip the young girls with the spirit of self-esteem, goal setting ability, and above all capacity building and being the outspoken type for a better future and all the ladies who participated in the program has been awarded certificates”, the leader of the organization, Mrs. Vida Owusu Prempeh disclosed in an interview with the media after the program.

Some of the young girls who benefited from the mentorship program sharing the experiences throughout the program and the impact the program has had on their lives also encouraged other young girls to join the organization.

Meanwhile, the organization has a setup community library for young boys and girls within the jurisdiction of Teshie Nungua where reading books are supplied to them.

Again, it has been in the past years in alliance with some top government offices and officeholders in the neighborhood like the Social Welfare, the former legislator for the Ledzokuku Constituency, Hon. Bernard Okoe-Boye donating educational materials like school bags, books, and many more to the students.

Source: Hon. Kwaku Citizen / Foxfmonline

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