Ghana is a coastal country. It is hard to believe, but many of our children were never at the beach before the USC Students took them there.
Ghana's 50th Anniversary.
Every year on March 6, the school children celebrate their independence from England. Our children marched in their first parade.
Singing and participating in Church
The boy in the wheelchair is Jesus going through Jerusalem on Palm Sunday
Five years ago this land was covered with weeds, termite hills and bushes. Now God has built a classroom and two dormitories. The children have a playground and a soccer field.
In the beginning of 2008, the second dormitory will open for boys and we will house 30 more students. In total we will be able to help 55 children. With the remaining land we will grow crops - pineapples, beans, corn and other vegetables until God decides it is time to build another building.
DREAMS Thanks to your support, the children at MTC have dreams of becoming:
A Doctor: Godsway and Ato
A Nurse: Kate, Augustina and Gifty
A Teacher: Veronica
A Fisherman: Benjamin
A Soldier: Little Ebe, Albert +Watala
A Carpenter: Franklina and Theo
A Journalist: Zinebu
A Pilot: Ernest
A Driver: Amanquah and Richard
A Bank Manager: Paul