Klicks Africa Foundation, a non-governmental organization that trains Youth with special needs in vocation skills has paid a rent advance of 7200 cedis for Madam Asabea Otupiri Darko, a Single mother of a teen with cerebral palsy
Klicks Africa Foundation made the donation following a story aired by TV3 about the challenges Madam Asabea was facing in this Covid 19 period as a single mother raising a youth with cerebral palsy.
Mrs Mary Amoah Kuffuor, Executive Director of Klicks Africa Foundation said the amount is for two years rent advance for Madam Asabea and her son.
She expressed gratitude to all who contributed to make the donation possible.
Klicks Africa Foundation also run a resource centre that trains youth with disability with self-help skills as well as build their social and emotional skills.
Madam Asabea Otupiri Darko, who was facing ejection from her Landlord, expressed her gratitude for the gesture
The Special Mothers Project is an advocacy and awareness creation programme on cerebral palsy issues and issues affecting families raising children with special needs