Orphanages

 

Save Our Lives Children’s Home

Save Our Lives Orphanage is one of the renowned orphanages in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. The orphanage was established in September, 1993 and started with only two girls one of whom was a baby. The home when it started was managed by the founder, Madam Paulina Opei and one mother.

Minimum age 18 years

Duration 2 weeks to 36 weeks

Location Bekwai – Kumasi

Availability All year round

Kumasi Children’s Home

The home is run directly under the Department of Social Welfare. The mission of the home is to sustain the lives of children under their care as well as the vulnerable and disadvantaged child so as to eventually integrate them into mainstream development.

Minimum age 18 years

Duration 2 weeks to 8 weeks

Location Kumasi- Ashanti region

Availability All year round

Children’s Home of Hope

The Children's Home of Hope which was established in August 2006 with the aims of caring for and supporting children who are underprivileged and vulnerable (especially orphans) in the society. The home is currently situated at Asebu, behind the Catholic church in the Abura Asebu Kwamankese District in the Central Region of Ghana. Currently there are

26 children (18 boys and 8 girls) in the home ranging from the ages between 2 -17 years old.

Minimum age 18 years

Duration 2 weeks to 36 weeks

Location Asebu – Central region

Availability All year Round

Mampong Babies’ Home

The Mampong Babies' Home takes in babies whose mothers have died during or after birth and are rarely abandoned children. The babies

are often very weak the home helps restore them to good health and ensures they are nurtured through the vulnerable first years of their lives. They are then reunited with the surviving members of their families. The

home's typical occupancy is around 50 babies at a time.

Minimum age 18 years

Duration 2 weeks to 36 weeks

Location Mampong-Ashanti Region

Project Availability All year round

 

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