- An NGO run by passionate youth in Ghana has embarked on a mission to feed the poor and clean the country
- The Abraham Smiles Foundation also trains young people with skills to create a livelihood for themselves
- According to the management, all of this has been in the quest to solve society's problems instead of simply complaining about them
Trending topics on the go: How we write news at YEN.com.gh
Abraham Smiles Foundation, a non-profit organization which was founded by a young man named Ibrahim Muntari is dedicating its resources to cleaning Ghana and feeding the needy.
Information available to YEN.com.gh indicates that the NGO has been in existence for the past seven years with the purpose to give back to society and create opportunities for people to do good for society.
"Due to modernity and economic hardship, people are less sensitive towards their society. It is our belief that when people are involved in doing communal work together, they tend to be sensitive towards the society," Ibrahim said.
The foundation that is made up of vibrant youth indicates that they wish to approach the country's problems as most people only complain about the issues.
In one of its recent programmes, the team came together to provide free breakfast and use the opportunity to attract and take data on beneficiaries.
This way, the foundation is able to provide them with training in computer science, soap making, ice cream,sugar-making, carpentry, welding, and capital to start their own enterprise.
Abraham Smiles Foundation also has a project named Don't Throw It Away where they collect clothes from people and donate them to the less privileged in society.
In another heartwarming story, Sabrina Lamie Awuni, a young and smart graduate from the University of Ghana, who graduated in the year 2020, has been employed at the Bank of America as a Technology Analyst.
In a series of posts sighted by YEN.com.gh on her LinkedIn handle and a feature by Because She Can, Sabrina says she desires to be one of the most successful women in technology.
According to Sabrina, it has not been that easy choosing and sticking with a solid career decision, but she has been kept focused and inspired by her quest for success.
Enjoy reading our stories? Join YEN.com.gh's Telegram channel!
Download YEN's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major Ghana news!