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MEET THE CHILDREN

Abena

Abraham

Abraham lost his parents early in life, so he and his brother, Daniel, were able to come to Village of Hope.

Alex

Alex lives at the Village of Hope with his sister Patience in 2010. 

Beatrice

Benedicta

Bernice

Comfort

Daniel

Daniel lost his parents early in life, so he and his brother, Abraham were able to come to Village of Hope. 

Douglas

Douglas joined Village of Hope in 2021 with his sisters, Lydia & Margaret.

Elizabeth

Elizabeth came to Village of Hope in the summer of 2017 at an estimated age of four years old. Her mother unable to care for her, and her father is unknown. Elizabeth had no other family capable to take care of her. 

Emmanuella

Emmanuella is at Village of Hope with her older sister, Saviour. They are the last two of four children whose father passed away and then, about four years ago, their mother was involved in a motor accident, making her unable to continue with her farming activities. The children could hardly get food to eat as the family depended on the benevolence of neighbors in the community. Now Emmanuella and her sister have all they need at Village of Hope.

Ernest

Ernest is the youngest of six siblings who lost his parents between 2010 and 2012, and he came to Village of Hope with his brother, Evans in 2014. 

Evans

After losing both of his parents, Evans came to Village of Hope with his brother, Ernest.

George

Gideon Jr.

Gideon Sr.

Kenneth

Lydia

Lydia joined Village of Hope in 2021 with her sister, Margaret, and brother, Douglas. 

Margaret

Margaret joined Village of Hope in 2021 with her sister, Lydia, and brother, Douglas. 

Martha

Mary

Maureen

Nicholas

Nicholas and his sister, Sophia, joined Village of Hope in early 2020.

Paul

Richard

Richmond

Richmond joined Village of Hope in 2014. 

Ruth

Ruth became a resident of the Village of Hope at age nine. Her mother passed away when she was just 15 days old, and her father was never involved in her life. Her grandparents had been in care of her until they were too old and unable. This is when she moved to the Village of Hope.

Salamatu

Salamatu's mother died shortly after giving birth, and her father passed away six years later. There was no one left who could care for her, so a church at Yendi found a place for her at the Village of Hope.

Sophia

Sophia and her brother, Nicholas, joined Village of Hope in early 2020.

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