Fidelity Bank Ltd. has donated GH¢5,000 towards Sharecare Ghana’s child protection policy and community-based rehabilitation of children with disabilities in Osu-Anorhor. The MD of the bank, Mr. Edward Effah also gave a personal donation of GH¢5,000 to the programme.
Sharecare Ghana runs a rehabilitation centre in the community to provide children with disabilities physiotherapy and speech therapy and placement for those who can go to school. Sixteen children are supported by SWEB Foundation the strategic partner of Liliane Foundation of The Netherlands and Sharecare Ghana has been soliciting support for others who are not covered by the funding.
Fidelity Bank and Mr. Effah’s generous donations make it possible for 15 children to receive rehabilitation in their homes and for Sharecare Ghana to start developing its child protection policy.
Meanwhile an art therapist from the US, Jennifer Compau, visited the Sharecare Rehabilitation Centre and showed the children, parents and staff of the centre how painting can be used in rehabilitation.
A good time was had, and Centre Manager, Rebecca Sai, said this therapy will become a part of the centre’s day-care programme.
Sharecare is grateful to Fidelity Bank, Mr. Edward Effah and Jennifer Compau for their kindness.