- Habiba Sinare, a beautiful Ghanaian actress has started a foundation to help the youth who are in deprived communities around the country
- According to the actress, her foundation would have 4 phenomenal values which include empowering others, development, activating leaders, and compassion
- Habiba indicates that she believes humanity must live to help other people
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Stunning Ghanaian actress Habiba Sinare has launched a charity organization called Mama Mariam Foundation to offer aid to the youth, particularly those in deprived communities in the country.
As Pulse.com.gh reported, Sinare indicted that the NGO’s priority is to Give Love, Give Out and Change Lives.
According to Habiba Sinare, her vision is to contribute to creating a situation where everyone in deprived areas across the country has equal opportunities to good health, quality education, and vocational training.
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In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Habiba Sinare's verified Instagram handle, the actress indicated that humanity is an important part of life.
She said everyone must help others, try to understand other people, and added that the problems around are meant to be solved.
"For showing humanity you don’t need to be a rich person, even a poor person can sow humanity by helping someone or sharing his or her food, etc. When you show humanity you have a feel click or a pinch from your inner soul which you cannot get from something else," she further stated.
It is indicated that the Mama Mariam Foundation has four phenomenal values which include empowering others, development, activating leaders, and compassion.
In an equally heartwarming report by YEN.com.gh, James Annor Tetteh, an admirable Ghanaian gentleman popularly known as Nana Tea, is a social media influencer who advocates by example for men to be responsible and kind in the family and society.
Five months ago, YEN.com.gh reported how a young Ghanaian boy who was captured in a photo carrying a big log of wood received massive blessings from Ghanaians on social media.
In the heartwarming report sourced from the popular Facebook group Tell It All, Nana Tea, was the brain behind the entire movement and gave a detailed account of how it all unfolded.
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