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Ghana seen through the eyes of a CCFC employee

A recap of CCFC’s last episode of its Rise and Shine Facebook Live series

By Niko Moniz, facilities services coordinator & Rise and Shine host

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In this episode, Tim Mowers, head of major gifts and planned giving, shares memories from a recent trip he made to Ghana with a sponsor. He also updates us about a project we spoke about in an earlier episode of Rise and Shine.

 

Here’s what you missed:

 

What’s it like in Ghana? (Watch below at 03:25)

Find out Tim’s impressions of what he saw on his trip — from health centres to issues mothers and children face every day.

 

Update on maternal-health project (Watch below at 06:27 minutes)

In an earlier episode of Rise and Shine, we spoke about a maternal, newborn and infant health project in Ghana. Tim tells us how the women and children are benefiting and why the initiative is so vital.

 

A glance at CCFC’s positive impact (Watch below at 9:55 minutes)

The interview concludes with video highlights from Tim’s trip. See positive change in these communities. And, of course, smiling and dancing children is always heartwarming to watch.

 

Coming up…

Next time, Thursday March 29, we’ll catch up with two very special guests who will share their experience with child sponsorship. Find out how easy it is to write to your sponsored child and what it’s like to meet them.

 

In the meantime, watch our March 1 episode.

 

See you next time!

 

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