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Princess Ocansey at the Angels of Hope Orphanage

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blessed children

Our blessed children

A home to nurture and love our Blessed Children

It is painful to see hundreds of children sleeping in front of shops on the streets of Accra every night, battling with the mosquitoes, huddling against the cold, plagued by nightmares of thieves and rapists. During the day, these children do not attend school. While their contemporaries are studying, they spend many a hot afternoon hawking pure water and sweets, or carting incredible mountains of goods on their heads for traders and shoppers.

 

Many of these street children have migrated from their villages, hoping to find a better life in the city, which really, can not support their dreams. Why do these children migrate from the security of "home" in the village to the uncertainty and hussle of city life. It is because most of the time, there is no "home", and no hope. While some of these children may have lost their parents, many more parents are too poor and too tired of trying to make much difference. This is very sad, but unfortunately, that is the truth.

We cannot allow our future leaders to roam the streets, exposed to drugs, befriending armed robbers and selling their bodies. We can not look on while our children are left behind in education and technology and their talents left undiscovered, undeveloped and untapped to create a better world. We cannot leave this world knowing that we did not spend our time and resources touching just one of these innocent lives. These children need you to put your compassion into action. That is why YOU should join in our quest to Save a Million Lives, which is exactly what will happen if each one of us reaches out to just one of these children.

Nene AkuakuIII, Paramount Chief of Ada doing the groundbreaking

 

Neko Tech Save a Million Lives Project is on the verge of constructing the Angels of Hope orphanage, meant to provide a warm and loving atmosphere for the little children in our Orphan Support Program who have lost both parents. Out of the 700 children registered in our program, about 100 of them have lost both parents and live with extended family members - aunts, uncles, grandparents. Many of these guardians are already saddled with numerous responsibilities, several children or mountains of debts.

Our aim is to break the cycles of poverty, disease and hopelessness by providing our Angels of Hope with a real sense of belonging, and equipping them with the tools of the 21st century - education, technology and creativity. When we perform the groundbreaking ceremony for the Angels of Hope Orphanage, we will be breaking the negative cycles and raising a new generation of leaders for our world! Join us!

Meanwhile, we would like to thank our partners involved with the Angels of Hope Orphanage: Nene Katey Ocansey I ( aka Isaac Hayes) Steven Seagal, Chris Curry, Nancy Cartwright, Rev. Alfreddie Johnson, Kabutey Ocansey (aka Andy Bailey), Marie Wilcox and the Love in Action Team, Nicki Drawbridge and the Hockaday Humanitarians. God bless you all for your generousity.

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BIOGRAPHY – NAA (PRINCESS) ASIE OCANSEY


Naa (Princess) Asie Ocansey is a member of the Ocansey Royal Family of Ada, Ghana. 
She is a Woman of God, a Philantropist, a businesswoman, a songwriter, a mother for the motherless, a voice for the voiceless, a migration expert and radio show hostess- of ” Travelling Overseas God’s Way”. Naa co-founded the rural Nekotech Center of Excellence in Ada, with the late USA mega entertainer, Mr. Isaac Hayes.   [readmore]

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