CTN Outreach was at the Good Shepherd Orphanage in Kasoa Ofaakor-Ghana, on the 14th October 2016 for the year's Refresh the Orphan Project.
We went to this orphanage with food and drinks to dine with the children, A Motivational Speaker and Counselors to advise and inspire the children, A live Band to entertain the children with good music, and whole lots of games to play with them.
We also donated clothes, shoes, slippers, toys, toiletries, books and pens, etc. to the orphanage
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.
WHY REFRESH THE ORPHAN PROJECT?
All orphanages in Ghana seek support from the kind-hearted people of the public to take care of the vulnerable children under their care. However, in order to get media attention, and for easier accessibility, most donors prefer to send their donations to orphanages in the urban areas, leaving the other orphanages in the country side almost neglected. Hence, such neglected orphanages are in dire need of clothing assistance to be able to address the clothing needs of the orphans and abandoned children under their care.
It is important to note that, the vulnerability of orphans living in orphanages stems from the fact that they need additional support and care following the trauma of separation. Failure to support them exposes them to various conditions which could adversely affect them for the rest of their lives. These orphans live, school, and do everything in the same confined and mostly remote environment, preventing them from meeting to freely mingle and play with other children. They live a one-way-life each day of their lives, seeing same faces, and interacting with the same people almost all year round. This is not a very healthy practice since it may affect their sense of belonging, self-confidence, and their interpersonal lives.
We are counting on your generous support to enable us reach out to more orphans this year.
Your DONATION of just US$ 1 will provide a healthy lunch for one orphan.
CTN Outreach was at the Hour of Grace Orphanage at Huhunya in the Eastern Region of Ghana, on the 3rd of November 2017 for the year's Refresh the Orphan Project.
We went to this orphanage with food and drinks to dine with the children, Doctors and health workers to screen the health of the children, A Motivational Speaker and Counselors to advise and inspire the children, Music, and whole lots of games to entertain them.
We also donated clothes, shoes, groceries, slippers, toys, toiletries, books and pens, etc. to the orphanage
CTN Outreach was at the Rising Star Children's Home in Dodowa-Ghana, on the 31st of October 2015 for the year's Refresh the Orphan Project.
We went to this orphanage with food and drinks to dine with the children, A Motivational Speaker and Pastor to minister to the children, A live Band to entertain the children with good music,
We also donated clothes, shoes, slippers, toys, feeding bottles, toiletries, books and pens, foodstuffs, etc. to the orphanage. And signed two (2) of the children of this orphanage unto our CTN Scholarship Aid which shall fund their education till they complete university.
Refresh The Orphan Project 2017
Refresh The Orphan Project 2016
Refresh The Orphan Project 2013
RECENT REFRESH THE ORPHAN PROJECTS
Refresh The Orphan Project 2015
On the 23rd November 2013, CTN Outreach undertook a project dubbed "Refresh the Orphan" at the Country Side Children’s Welfare Home in Bodwiase Ghana.
The kids were entertained with live band music, fed with food and drinks, empowered by a motivational speakers, and they were also given clothes and shoes.
This project also saw the participation of Queen Cora Dunham (Beyonce’s drummer, and Youth Motivator) and Josh Dunham (Owner of Vivo Inc. and Renowned Base Guitarist) all the way from the United States of America.
REFRESH THE ORPHAN PROJECT