V/R:Nneka Takes the Christmas Cheer to a new level

V/R:Nneka Takes the Christmas Cheer to a new level

On the 26th of December 2021, the annual Nneka Christmas Party for Underserved communities warmed over 1000 hearts this year. 

The Children from the Ho West District and its environs were proud beneficiaries of the 2021 installment of this all-important Christmas tradition.

This initiative, which has become an integral part of Nneka Youth Foundation's annual activities seeks to foster a communal identity of giving and celebrating and consolidating gains during the yuletide. 
The event was characterised by fun, excitement and profound fraternisation. It was also an opportunity for the over 150 Nneka Education Logistics Support (NELS) Beneficiaries from various districts at various levels of education, to interact with their sponsors. 

Outlining the purpose of the Nneka Christmas Party, Mrs Cecilia Fiaka, founder of Nneka Youth Foundation reiterated her organisation's commitment to adding value to the lives of young people and cultivating the atmosphere of Hope that will lead to a strong sense of achievement. She also emphasised the importance of reaching out and putting smiles on the faces of children of underserved communities. This, she said, could only be made possible through the support of district education directorates by ensuring their children participate.

The Christmas party saw the thousand and over beneficiaries present feted; fed, gifted with clothes, School inputs and greatly entertained. This was made possible through the support the Foundation received from various individuals and organisations. According to Mrs Rita Addo the Manager of GOIL TEMA ZONE there couldn't have been a better Christmas celebration than putting a smile on the face of a child who needs it most.

Gracing the occasion were some top level dignitaries of the district, including the District Chief Executive of Ho West District Hon Ernest P Apau, the District Director of Education Madam Celestine Korsi-Agordo, the Paramount Queenmother, Mamagah Kporxawoeda I, Assemblymen amongst others. The most significant point they all stressed on was how the youth should focus on their education, especially the girls, choices they should make, to keep in school to avoid trouble especially teenage pregnancy. 

Nneka Youth Foundation seeks to take this initiative a notch Higher and impact even more lives.
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