The Nazareth Home of Gods Children is said to be in difficult times post COVID-19.
In an interview with FiilaNews, the founder and caretaker of the orphanage home noted that donors don’t visit during this period of the pandemic making upkeep much more challenging.
According to Rev. Sister Stan Terese Mario Mumuni, her usual travels to raise funds from donors has been truncated by the novel coronavirus pandemic and she’s hopeful individuals will come to their aid to cater for their needs.
She is thus appealing to individuals and philanthropists to come to the aid of the home and help come up with an income generation projects to depend on.
In outlining the variety of children in the house , she indicated the house has children with varied disability such as ; Epileptic children,Amputees, Mentally retired children, Children with spinal disabilities, among several others.
Rev. Sister Stan made this known during a donation by Smockyworld and its partners to mark its fifth anniversary of giving back to society.
During the colorful event, the smockyworld and its partners donated items worth thousands of cedis to a total of eight(8) orphanages simultaneously in three regions in the country.
The beneficiary orphanages are;
- Nazareth home of God’s Children -Sang,N/R
- Tamale Children’s Home -Tamale
- Rema Ghana – Jisonayili,Tamale
- The Care Complex – Sagnarigu Kukuo,N/R
- Eye of the Lord – Nsawam,Accra
- Teshie Orphanage – Teshie,Accra
- Haven of Hope – Kotoku, Accra
- Becky’s Foundation – Kasoa,C/R