The Executives and some volunteers of Concern life Foundation have on 23rd of February, 2019 trained students on the production of Liquid Soap, Cream and Ointment at the Tamale Senior High School in the Northern Region of Ghana. This was to enable the students raise funds to support their education or upkeep after school.
“Everyone need someone to sometimes inspire them to keep pushing forward without giving up” – This was the motivating words of Madam Lydia Alhassan who happens to be a Bachelor of science degree holder in Accounting form University for Development Studies and Chief Executive Officer of Concern Life Foundation.
Concern Life Foundation was established in 2011 as a non profit organization which aims at advancing the quality of life of citizens by fostering sustainable development projects and programs.
Over the years, this foundation as young as it is and managed by a fresh university graduate struggling to find her fate in this Cooperate world has strived to be of great benefit to many people in Ghana.
Donations of Tricycles to people with Disabilities have several times been made. Volunteering graduates who are unemployed are deployed to deprived community schools without teachers to teach them with little or no incentive from the foundation.
The he Dasarrollo Project is the latest and one of their numerous projects which seeks to mobilize funds to go into communities, inspire them, support children academically and even teach some community members livelihood skills as a step up to fight against unemployment.
The Chief Executive Officer of the foundation has hinted that the foundation is seeking for sponsorship and donations from Cooperate bodies as they plan on holding their Volta regional edition of the Desarrolla project on 22nd and 23rd March, 2019 at Taviefe Aviafe and Penji Akpatoene respectively.