DORMAA CHILDREN'S HOME
Giving Hope to and a Future Home to Disadvantaged Children
Dormaa Children’s Home is a 50 capacity children’s care facility to provide shelter, basic education and to cater for the needs of orphans, disabled and needy children in the Dormaa area of Ghana.
Construction of the facility started in 2009 by Mr. Kwasi Twumasi, a native of Dormaa Ahenkro in Ghana but currently residing in the USA.
The founding of the orphanage facility was necessitated by the need to care for orphans and needy children in the various communities in the Dormaa area.
It is our belief that, we do not have to be rich to do something positively to impact the life of disadvantaged children, and again we do not have to know someone to do good to them.
The Orphanage has been registered as a non-profit Organization (Dormaa Children’s Home Inc.) in USA and as (Dormaa Children's Care Inc.) in Ghana.
It is our expectation that, the operation of the facility will be able to provide shelter, free nursery education and medical care to some disadvantaged kids in this community.
Our orphanage was commissioned in June of 2017. So far, we have four children at the orphanage home. Their ages range from 5 months, one year, five years and eight years of age. The three additional children who were brought to the home recently are the five-month child whose mother had died and unfortunately his father had bolted living the five-month-old child alone.
The other two children: the five-year-old boy and the eight-old girl were also brought in the month of December. Their parents are dead making them orphans. Unfortunately, they did not have good family support hence, they had not even been enrolled in school. We are pleased to have them, and we are eager to help them to enroll in school and to support them in whatever way we can to let them have a brighter future. We would appreciate any financial support for our orphanage.
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Our orphanage work: A year in review
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