Deprived students in Kwahu Obo receive support from Substance International Network

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Ladies of Substance International Network (LoSIN) has furnished three schools at Obo, in the Kwahu South District of the Eastern region with computers, school materials, stationery items, and many others to facilitate learning.

Also, some 300 school children from Obo Presbyterian A Basic-JHS, Obo Anglican A, Obo Roman Catholic School, and Obo Methodist Schools were fed delicious meals.

Deprived students in Kwahu Obo receive support from Substance International Network

Pupils and students of the beneficiary schools were extremely elated as they received the items.

Deprived students in Kwahu Obo receive support from Substance International Network

Headmaster of the Obo Presbyterian A basic school, Mr. Philip Doe said, “The school was overwhelmed by the kind gesture and we are very grateful.”

Deprived students in Kwahu Obo receive support from Substance International Network

Also, thrift clothing were also donated to some four churches to aid in their evangelism.

These churches include the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Methodist, Anglican, and Roman Catholic.

Deprived students in Kwahu Obo receive support from Substance International Network

At the recent 75th anniversary and prize-giving day of the Aburi Girls Senior high school, ‘LoSIN’ awarded some cash prizes to two students.

In the field of education, the organisation has been supporting brilliant but needy students for years. It also gives bursaries to students from basic to tertiary levels.

Deprived students in Kwahu Obo receive support from Substance International Network

In terms of health, LoSIN within its 12 years of existence has given back to society in various ways.

These include donations to the Cardio-thoracic Centre at Korle-bu Teaching Hospital in Accra among others.

Deprived students in Kwahu Obo receive support from Substance International Network

Orphanages and prisons were also not been left out in the donation exercise.

Led by Pastors, Charles and Abena Asare, who oversee the Powerhouse Foundation Ministry in Accra, the organisation relies solely on offerings and benevolence from its members.

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