Clothe The Naked Outreach reaches out to mentally-challenged people in Psychiatric Hospitals of Ghana with clothes to ensure that they always have something to wear to make their stay in hospitals a bit more comfortable, and also make them feel loved to aid their recovery process.
This project helps us to redistribute clothing resources to fulfill our mission of reducing the impact of solitude, and ensures the optimum use of clothing resources. It also helps to reduce environmental pollution by reducing the amount of clothes which may end up at the dumping sites and gutters.
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The CTN Prisons Outreach Project reaches out to the less-fortunate people who have found themselves in the prisons of Ghana - with clothes, motivational talks and counselling to; ensure that they always have something to wear aside the prison uniforms, inspire them to remain hopeful in life, reduce the effects of separation and solitude, and make their transformation journey a little easier.
This project helps us to redistribute resources to fulfill our mission of reducing the impact of solitude, and ensures the optimum use of clothing resources. It also helps to reduce environmental pollution by reducing the amount of clothes which may end up at the dumping sites and gutters.
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The CTN SCHOLARSHIP AID funds the education of orphans, abandoned children, and children from poor families in the deprived communities of Ghana, West Africa. This Scholarship Aid focuses on less-privileged children who may never get the opportunity to go to school due to lack of financial support, and may remain illiterate without the intervention of a charitable organization like Clothe The Naked Outreach. The Aid funds the formal education of carefully selected children from basic school to college/university.
Clothe The Naked Outreach is currently providing financial support for the education of eight (8) less-privileged children of Ghana, West Africa. With a goal to extend this opportunity for at least one hundred carefully selected needy (100) children in Ghana at a time. Beneficiaries of the CTN Scholarship Aid receive financial support which covers School Fees, Stationary, School uniforms, school bags, and foot wears, school feeding fees or pocket money, hostel fees, and all other things needed for a successful formal education, from basic school to tertiary.
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REFRESH THE ORPHAN PROJECT
Refresh the Orphan Project is a special Annual Project that Clothe The Naked Outreach undertakes to bridge the gap between orphans in orphanages and the general public. The event is basically about visiting orphans in different orphanages with clothes to clothe them, games and live band music to entertain them, food and drinks to feed them, and motivational speakers and counselors to advise and inspire them, and a Medical Team to screen their health. The ultimate goal of the project is to show love and care for orphans and abandoned children, put smiles on their faces and boost their hopes and confidence in life.
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PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS OUTREACH
CTN SCHOLARSHIP AID
Love-Machete Project is our annual event which basically involves visiting a deprived farming community with Clothes and Farm-Machetes (Cutlasses), with the purpose of reducing the physical impacts of poverty which is usually seen in the wearing of same-old tattered clothes by the poor villagers, and empowering them with farming tools to enable them to farm and feed themselves and their families.
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CLOTHING DRIVE PROJECT
The following are the projects that Clothe The Naked Outreach is currently undertaking;
The CTN Clothing Drive Project basically involves soliciting clothes from people who have more clothes than needed, and giving them to less-privileged people in deprived communities who have less clothes than they need.
This project helps us to redistribute clothing resources to fulfill our mission of reducing the physical impact of poverty which is commonly seen in the wearing of same old and tattered clothes all the time by less-privileged people in the deprived communities, especially the rural areas of Ghana. It ensures the optimum use of clothing resources, and it also helps to reduce environmental pollution by reducing the amount of clothes which may end up at the dumping sites and gutters.
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