Sisters Keepers Association And Class For The Aged Ghana Celebrates Our Mothers

Sisters keepers Association is an International  women platform run by a dedicated group of Ghanaian women.

They are a strong support system of women whose goals are to connect and share quality and social networking through uplifting, guiding, empowering, entertaining and helping the underprivileged in preventing child abuse, human trafficking, teen pregnancy, and support for the elderly within our community.

Sisters keepers Association in collaboration with Class for the Aged Ghana came hand in hand to put a lovely smile on the face of our aged mothers and father’s by cooking them a wonderful meal  which they enjoyed, they also presented with a lovely Gifts   … The program took place last week Saturday 2nd June 2018 @ Spring House Chapel Internationl…
It was an outstanding exercises they took to help our old age mothers and fathers.

Their aim is to draw attended to where there has been a neglect and misrepresentation with the orphanages, mental institutions and the elderly homes in society.

last week program which was captioned Time with the Aged they urged people to refrain from mistreating the aged, because ageing is not a disease, but a stage in life. If you don’t respect the aged, don’t expect to be an elderly one, especially when women are about sixty years going society turns to brand them as witches, a situation they finds unacceptable.

Sisters keepers Association in collaboration with Class for the Aged Ghana really made a different in the  life of our aged


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