Daycare for children from poor families
Our daycare was started in 1997 by our founder and director Solomon Boateng. He saw all the children on the streets, unattended because their parents had to work, and felt he needed to gather these children to give them food and care for them at daytime.
So, he started a daycare, which quickly grew very big, so big he couldn’t take care of all these children anymore without financial help.
Fortunately, he got in contact with Mr. and Mrs. Hammink from the Netherlands, who started to support his work, and together they have planned and built. Thanks to the Hammink family, the daycare now has several buildings, a dining hall and outdoor play area with equipment.
A total of around 250 children age 2 to 6 get a filling and healthy breakfast and lunch every day and are being cared for by great and passionate leaders and teachers.
Our daycare has a staff of 6 teachers of which Mrs. Georgina Adomah is the manager. They are assisted by 2 Service Personnel assigned by the Ghanaian Government. A team of 4 people is taking care of the meals and cleaning. Sometimes also people from the Nsoatre community come to assist as volunteers.
Daycare for handicapped children
In 2015 our founder and director, Solomon Boateng, noticed that several handicapped children were staying with their parents but not cared for very well. He started preparations to also start a daycare for the handicapped children. In 2017 the facilities were ready to receive the first children.
A total of 16 handicapped children are taken care of in our daycare for the handicapped children.
Our handicapped daycare has a staff of 4 people of which Mrs. Ernestine Yeboaa is the manager. They are assisted by 1 Service Personnel assigned by the Ghanaian Government and a nutritionist.