Jake came to Meme World and changed our lives. Ovaries clapped and African mothers rejoiced at the cute, chubby cheeks and the ardent concentration on this little boy’s face. We fell in love!
But this was not some unknown kid. Solomon Adufah included him in his Homeland Africa campaign – ensuring that Jake became educated and had a positive start in life.
Here is the latest update from Solomon on our favourite chubby-cheeked cherubs. Hold on to your overexcited ovaries, ladies, he’s growing into such a handsome little boy!
Hope everyone is doing fantastic. It’s been nearly a year since the inception of this incredible campaign, I would love to take the opportunity to extend my deepest gratitude to each and everyone of you for supporting this campaign. Through your kind act of giving, you’ve made a difference in the life of Jake and many children like him. I would also like to share some updates with his progress in school. I visited Ghana this past July and Jake was on school vacation visiting relatives but I was able to visit his family to check up on him. He’s doing wonderful.
Here are some photos from Homeland Africa (www.homelandafrica.org) trip earlier this year. Jake is also enrolled in an extra curriculum program at his school to help him with his English, Math and Drawing. The Ghana Education Services (GES) in the Eastern Region District will continue to monitor his progress in working relationship with Homeland Africa and his family.
Also this past July, Homeland Africa partnered with Kicks for The City ( http://www.kicks4thecity.org) another organisation on a trip to Ghana to donate 300 pair of new shoes to the children. Here is a short footage from the trip. ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RU4_FwKONQQ)
I’m not certain when the next Homeland Africa trip to Ghana will be but hopefully early next year. Thanks again
Thank you very much again for supporting this campaign.
More information at: (www.homelandafrica.org)
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