Survivor Care After the Rescue: Remember

Apr 8, 2017 | 0 comments

Almost two months ago Remember was rescued from a forced child labor situation along the banks of Lake Volta in Ghana. Since living at the Touch A Life Care Center, he has been learning to live in freedom with his new (big!) family.
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Remember has been given medical treatment and he’s receiving private tutoring so he can learn to read and write. Like we see with many children from unstable backgrounds, he initially tested his boundaries in the classroom, but within the last week his teachers have noticed significant growth in his behavior and response to instruction. He has also bonded well with the other Touch A Life kids and loves to play after school!
 
We are so thankful for all of our child sponsors who make stories like this possible!

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