|Mr Amankwah with his son who has Cerebral Palsy|
Givers Never Lack Foundation (GNLF) a foundation that solicits support for families and children with cerebral palsy has announced partnership with the Special Mothers Project, an advocacy programme on the disorder
Mr Edward Amankwah, Founder of GNLF made the announcement when his foundation premiered a movie on cerebral palsy to enhance the awareness campaign.
He said just soliciting support for such families and the children is not enough, we need to do something more sustainable.
“That is why we have partnered the Special Mothers Project which seems to be sphere heading the advocacy campaign,” Mr Amankwaah added.
He expressed hope that the partnership will yield good results for families and persons with cerebral palsy.
The movie titled “ My Sickness, my Love one “ centres on the need to love children with cerebral palsy to enhance their quality of life
Dr Ebenezer Badu, a neurologist at the Korley bu Teaching Hospital, used the occasion to educate audience about cerebral palsy and urged families to seek early intervention