|Queen Mother Nana Adjow Sika II congratulating her protégé (Sept 2016)|
George also spent his early years at the Western Heritage Children's Home, due to difficult home circumstances.
Emmanuella and George, both Western Heritage Home Scholars, and also age-mates and school-mates. George is showing her how to use the magnifier we brought from the US so she could work with an XO children's computer.
|George in 2007|
|Saturday chores at the Western Heritage Home|
|George the scholar and also a guy who loves sports!|
Meanwhile, Emmanuella transferred to the Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind. The school supports her tuition, room and board, but we help out with clothing, personal supplies, traveling back and forth to Axim during vacations, etc.
|Emmanuella and Maryanne Ward at the Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind|
|Emmanuella singing at the dedication of the Chief's donation of a television to the Community Center. Western Heritage Home's James Kainyiah is offering a little support! |
His motto is "Making leaders of the least!" and so he has.
|Emmnanuella managed in August to take her final exams by reading some of the test at very close range, especially the math, and also by having some of the test read to her and she could answer orally. She can read Braille.|
Emmanuella's dream is to return to her Cape Coast School and earn her SHS high school degree.
We're going to love helping them do just that!!
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