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We’ve Got a New Water Filtration System!

At Touch A Life, providing a clean and safe living space, healthy food and water, and comprehensive medical care for our children has always been a priority. We have been blessed to have a well on site that provides water for cleaning and bathing, but for...

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It Takes Someone Special to be a Da!

"Da" is a Ghanaian term of affection for a man who takes the time to invest in children through their love, encouragement, protection, laughter, giving, and time. This Father's Day, we are thankful for all of the Das, Daddys, Papas, uncles, brothers, godfathers, and...

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It Takes a Village!

May brings our thoughts to Mother's Day, a beautiful and sometimes painful holiday. When mother-child relationships don't meet our expectations, we are thankful for all of the beautiful women who choose to love and support the children around them. They make an impact...

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Richard Shares His Hopes for the Future!

We LOVE sharing about our amazing college students. They have come so far in their educational pursuits and personal growth. Richard is no exception! Read below to learn more about this Agent of Change. What degree will you complete when you graduate this year? I...

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Co-Founder Pam Cope Returns to Ghana!

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life as we know it in so many ways. The regulations on international travel have been constantly changing affecting Touch A Life in the frequency and way that people can visit the Care Center. There have been no groups or...

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Mary Shares her Plans for the Future!

This month we are sharing about Mary E. and her hopes and plans for the future. What degree did you complete and from what school? I received my Bachelor of Art in Social Work and Sociology from the University of Ghana.  What changes do you hope to see in Ghana...

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Building on the Basics in 2022!

Thanks to our loyal supporters, we accomplished so many self-sustaining initiatives at the Care Center in 2021. While adhering to COVID-19 protocols (wearing masks,reducing visitors to the facility, washing hands frequently, quarantining as necessary), we were still...

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Israel Shares His Post-College Plans!

2021 is the year that we will celebrate the college graduation of some of the first Touch A Life children who entered our program between 2006 and 2010. Rescued from forced labor on the fishing boats of Lake Volta, these children have grown to become hard working...

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Meet One of the Care Center Teachers!

When children are rescued from forced labor and brought to the Touch A Life Care Center, they join us at various ages and education levels. Most children entering our care have had little or no previous education opportunities, making it virtually impossible for...

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