Engage Now Africa Gave all Resources needed to assemblywoman and the chiefs of Nwinso to organized education and sensitization Durbar.

ENGAGE NOW AFRICA Gave all Resources needed to assemblywoman and the chiefs of Nwinso to organized education and sensitization Durbar.



Education as it’s said to be the key to success, has encourage the community leaders of Nwinso such as the chiefs, the assemblywoman, and the department of social welfare to educate the community members on sensitization.


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The community leaders were fully backed by ENGAGE NOW AFRICA with all the necessary resources.



ENGAGE NOW AFRICA has been a great entity to most rural and urban areas by rescuing and giving better life’s to children that’s are rejected.



ENGAGE NOW AFRICA has taken their service to a different level in life where education and sensitization has become the will of people in various community in the eastern Region.


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The fellowing community benefits more from the community-based education forum,Birim, Birim North,New Abirem,and Suhum municipal assembly.


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The most important topics that were discuss and well explained to the people in the communities was, what is human trafficking, what constitutes human trafficking, and the two types of human trafficking, domestic and cross-border trafficking.

This particular section was lead by the manager of ENGAGE NOW AFRICA (MAD.LYDIA OHENEWAA)



For over 400 community members participated in this community -based education forum at NWINSO.



This community -based education forum involved both parents which is father’s and mothers

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Parents that participated in the education forum really appreciate ENGAGE NOW AFRICA for their time to educate them on the unknown act of child and human trafficking.


Which the parents also edge to stay away and also support fight against any action that may lead to child and human trafficking.

Mr. Frank Anim, the regional representative, concluded the training by encouraging parents to take good care of their children because they are the future leaders.

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