Ghana Partners We are delivering our objectives primarily through the work of three organisations. World Gospel Missionary Ministries (WGMM) WGMM is headed up by Pastor Joseph Banahene and Mrs Banahene who were called to the impoverished North in 1993 and have remained since then Taking part in gospel outreach missions and short conferences for Christian workers.   Sponsoring school children.   Donations of children’s clothing. Donations of used instruments for church worship Occasional financial support to rural pastors   Kings Care Foundation (KCF) This work was started by ourselves and our main Project Worker, Kofi Kingsley Vittor (Kofi Kay).  Kofi had worked with another successful, Christian street children’s project for 6 years.  As a child, Kofi had been on the streets himself. Pastor Spenser provides oversight. Registered as an NGO in Ghana Working with underprivileged children in Ghana’s capitol Sponsoring children to attend school Taking the children to church Providing family based care Share Foundation We have recently started working with Share Foundation, a Ghanaian Christian NGO that works with underprivileged children who live in the fishing villages around the main port in Tema. Share Foundation is well-established and has equipped 240 children to attend primary school and 40 to attend secondary school.  In addition Share Foundation gives motivational talks on issues such as  environmental health and sanitation. They offer medical services and provide talks in schools on prevention of malaria, cholera and other diseases. Share Foundation organises educational excursions and provides career guidance. They also do evangelism work amongst the children. Not only this, but Share Foundation sometimes donates to orphanages, gives ‘seed’ money to parents and provide stock of texts and story books to school libraries. In 2009, Share Foundation set up a library based on a 40 foot shipping container. It is used by nearly 1,500 children. With the help of a donation from PVF (UK) in memory of Doris, Gilbert’s deceased wife, it has now started to work on a second second similar library, to be named after Doris. This picture shows children from the Diamond Reading Club outside the container. The project is well on its way to completion.