We’ve got a huge amount of work underway in Ashanti. Eight villages have found sponsors since January – some are waiting for a gap in the queue to get started – and we’re also building our third clinic.
Despite all this, Nicholas has found time to seek out two new villages. Timber Nkwanta (meaning ‘Timber Crossroads’) started as a wood cutter’s hut and now consists of around 300 people; while Domeabra has only 100 people, mainly settlers from the north of Ghana. They’re both located near the town of Abuontem, where we’re putting in sanitation. Here are some photos.
Sponsorship for sanitation and hygiene training is estimated at £6,510 for Timber Nkwanta and £3,100 for Domeabra. It would turn around their lives.