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Bernard Gyamfi  

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  • Age: 4
  • Birthday: November 9, 2009
  • Gender: Male
  • Location: Ghana
  • Center: Asikuma Child Development Centre
  • Child ID: GH3290046
    • Waiting: 223 Days for a sponsor.
    • Child lives in an AIDS-affected area.
Kwadwo lives with his mother. He is responsible for running errands. His mother is sometimes employed.

Kwadwo is not presently attending school. Soccer and running are his favorite activities. He also attends church activities and Bible class regularly.

Please remember Kwadwo in your prayers. Your love and support will help him to receive the assistance he needs to grow and develop.
Kwadwo lives on the plains of Asikuma, home to approximately 2.237 residents. Typical houses are constructed of dirt floors, mud walls and thatches roofs. The primary ethnic group and language is Ewe.

The regional diet consists of maize, fish and cassava. Common health problems in this area include malaria. Most adults in Asikuma work as subsistence farmers and earn the equivalent of $5 per month. This community needs scholastic materials, improved roads, clothing and housing.

Your sponsorship allows the staff of Asikuma Child Development Centre to provide Kwadwo with Bible studies, health screenings and education, malaria prevention education, field trips, debates, tuition, scholastic materials, handicraft training and counseling. The center staff will also provide parenting and child care education for the parents or guardians of Kwadwo.
The Republic of Ghana is a coastal country in western Africa with a tropical climate. This small country is hot and humid as it borders the Gulf of Guinea. Once called the Gold Coast, Ghana is rich in natural resources including gold, diamonds and rubber. Even though the country is wealthy in resources, about 45 percent of the population lives in extreme poverty, making less than U.S.$1 a day.

Most of Ghana's more than 23 million people live in cities. About 98 percent of the population is African, split among six major tribes. But Ghana is flooded with refugees from its neighbors - war-torn Cote d'Ivoire, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Togo. Nearly 69 percent of the population is Christian, 16 percent is Muslim, and 8 percent follow indigenous beliefs. English is the official language, but some people speak native African languages such as Akan, Moshi-Dagomba, Ewe and Ga. Compassion works primarily in the coastal region in southern Ghana.

Though Ghana was the first British colonial country in Africa to gain its independence, it has been plagued by political violence since it was established in 1957. Between 1957 and 1979, Ghana experienced a series of bloody and bloodless coups. Finally in 1992, a new constitution establishing a multiparty government was adopted and remains in place today. John Kufuor was elected Ghana's president in 2000, and began serving his second term in 2004.

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Child's Location: Southwest of Ho

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  • Most important of all, your sponsored child will hear about Jesus Christ and be encouraged to develop a lifelong relationship with God.

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