The Jemimah Noonoo Foundation adopts KG I and KG II at the Methodist Primary school, in Anomabo, Ghana.
The Jemimah Noonoo Foundation provided free school supplies, and other provisions to 300 children Tuesday, January 14th at the Methodist Primary School in Anomabo.
This is part of their “Bearing Gifts” initiative ￼ which intends is to bring much needed resources to assist in the sustainability of the Anomabo community.
Saturday, December 28, 2019 at the Anomabo Hospital, “Road to Health” was launched providing preventative screening and treatment for hypertension, diabetes, malaria, acute infections and more. A follow up program has also been instituted in collaboration with the hospital to ensure quality evidence-based care for the patients will continue.
The Jemimah Noonoo Foundation is an NGO based in the United States of America, and has also registered in Ghana with the mission of empowerment through education, and striving to obtain economic, social, physical, and spiritual security for the families of Anomabo.
The foundation will be undertaking a number of projects with local organizations within the year to improve education and healthcare and calls upon members of the Anomabo community to collaborate with them in this endeavor towards building a better society.
The CEO of the foundation, Mrs. Eunice Cromwell states “I want to encourage the need for the community to contribute towards this constructive agenda of creating a self-sustaining community. While ours is to provide infrastructural support needed to implement these goals, we encourage the community to be part of our foundations program by contributing to our campaigns, becoming partners, sponsoring our activities, and volunteering. The best way to make an impact is to join our mission that seeks to end poverty in Anomabo community”.