- Nana Debrah Bekoe Isaac, the chief executive officer of As I Grow, a nonprofit and nongovernment organization, has opened up about his work in rural communities
- According to him, his NGO is focused on providing educational and medical support for teenage girls in rural areas
- He went on to say that the support comes in the form of empowerment and advocacy
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The chief executive officer of As I Grow, a nonprofit and nongovernment organization (NGO), Nana Debrah Bekoe Isaac, has shared lovely photos of projects and events aimed at improving the lives of teenage girls.
According to him, his NGO is focused on providing educational and medical support for the girls.
He added that attention is given to women in deprived communities in the areas of empowerment and advocacy.
He is a graduate of the University of Ghana and a teacher at the primary section of the Larteh Salvation Army School.
Isaac, who is 32 years and married, has been teaching since the year 2008.
He went on to say that he funds his projects without any support.
In other news, a former basketball player, Al Harrington, has opened up about the reason he decided to start a business, Harrington Wellness, in February 2018.
YEN.com.gh understands that he has also disclosed there are plans for expansion into areas such as Colorado, Oregon, California, and Michigan.
According to him, the company is currently working on applications in Illinois, Missouri, Maryland, and New Jersey, as there is a strategy to expand nationally.
Harrington went on to say that two major challenges his company faces are access to capital as well as lack of education to identify and utilize opportunities.
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