Empowering Trafficked Young Women of Ghana.

Don Bosco Child Protection Center has started a new program, save the girl child from trafficking project with the theme “Empower Women of Ghana”, targeting young women between the ages of 18 -23 years old.

This program was designed to assist young women who have been faced with many adversities during their journey to create better lives for themselves and are susceptible to human trafficking and human smuggling.

They are from poverty driven backgrounds, they have been deprived of basic education, and have had little to no support in learning to become respectable young women.

Empower women of Ghana provides skills training in hair dressing, catering, beads making, and fashion design.

In addition to the skills training, the program offers group and individual therapy, behavioral management, and addresses various topics such as personal hygiene, self-love, the importance of relationships, and etiquette in a professional setting. 

These young women were rescued from various vulnerable situations from all over Ghana for the program.

Our mission is to ensure these young women exit the program with the skills training needed to progress in the specific fields in which they desire to pursue self – employment.

They will also learn to take pride in themselves as young women having learned self-respect, self-determination, and growth in their self-esteem. They will be pushed and motivated daily to strive for success.

Here at Don Bosco Child Protection Center Ashiaman, we will work diligently to empower as many young women as possible, providing hope and assurance that a better future is possible and attainable, despite one’s past.

The program will ensure to reintegrate all the beneficiaries appropriately with the basic tools and resources needed for success in their chosen profession.

God bless you for supporting the development of young people.

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