WCH Publicity Ambassador, Williams Amoah to Distribute Stationery to Prep School in Ghana for Founder's Month
It's that season of the year where We Care for Humanity (WCH) celebrates its founder's birth month and the conceptualization period of the organization, May, a glorious month for Princess Maria Amor and the men and women of WCH.
During this month where all board members and Ambassadors get to pay tribute to Her Highness by doing humanitarian works anywhere in the world.
In Ghana, a distribution of stationery to Peace Home Preparatory School is being spearheaded by WCH Ambassador Williams Amoah, President of Africa Ark International based in Ghana.
In the recent letter of Amoah to the princess, Williams expressed, "Dear H.H Princess Maria Amor, I am writing in my capacity of President of Africa Ark International to thank you for the great work you are doing to help humanity. I am a human rights oriented, advocating for observation and enforcement of Human Rights in Africa in particular Ghana. We are very much concerned about the situation of children in Ghana against the background of International conventions and expectations and we are trying to bring out the support and efforts of the civil society actors around the globe in the fight against child labour and various atrocities PER against children".
He also added, "Our objective points to the challenges and prospects for offering children a better life in whichever way we can as their basic human rights. In Ghana, cattle settlements or communities are responsible for recruiting a large number of children between the ages of 3 and 10, who are involuntarily
taken from their communities, and exploiting them as child labourers or cow boys for years with sometimes little or no compensation working from dawn to dusk".
Princess Maria responded that WCH will try to extend its programs to Ghana to help provide solutions to its current problems.