Angel Smile Foundation Puts Smile on faces of women To Mark Mother’s Day

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Smiles were put on the faces of some women, nurses and health assistants at the La Polyclinic and the Korle-bu teaching Hospital respectively. It was part of activities to commemorate this year’s Mother’s Day.

This was made possible by a non-governmental Organisation, Angel Smile Foundation a charity organization that seeks the welfare of children and women.

The NGO which is under the leadership of Naa Ofamota Otsejen I, the development queen mother of La Nmati Dzarase known in her private life as Prophetess Beatrice Ayorkor Adjetey gifted wax prints to mothers which is her usual way of putting smiles on faces of women admitted at the hospitals during the celebration of Mother’s Day each year.

The foundation through the development Queen Mother gifted over 280 pieces of Wax Print (cloths) to women on admission and health workers on duty at the La Poly Clinic and the Korle-bu Teaching Hospital.

The founder of Angel Smile foundation is a woman who wants to see positive change in every woman and has through the foundation supported and raised a generation of influential women who will positively impact the society.

The foundation’s mission is aimed at giving orphans, under age mothers and those in need as well as those who have suffered abuse and lost the chance to take control, rebuild their lives and fulfill potentials.

“We do this by providing regular and consistent support to those who need our help by Supporting orphans, abused and under age mothers whilst they learn new skills to create opportunities for their future”. She noted.

The foundation also seeks to alleviate stress and hunger allowing those in need to focus on education or learning a vocation and offer counselling and support to orphans and grant to orphanage owners or care givers so that they can provide adequate care and housing for those in care.

The Coordinator of Angel Smile Foundation, Mr. Ebenezer Adjei Adjetey called on all parents to be mindful of abusive words they use on their children whenever they are offended.

According to him most of the curses and abusive words tend to have a major impact on the children in the future which often makes lives difficult for them.

He added that children of this generation are difficult to handle and therefore the best a mother should do is to pray for his child whenever he or she misbehaves and not the use of curses and other abusive words.

This he said will help shape the life of every children to grow and become a better person in the future for the mother to reap the fruit of her labor when they grow up to become better persons.

The foundation paid the medical cost of a seventeen years old girl at the Korle-bu Maternity ward whose parents could not afford to pay for her treatment due to financial difficulties.

Staff at the La Poly clinic and Korle-bu Teaching Hospital on behalf of the women on admission expressed their profound gratitude and appreciation to Naa Ofamota Otsejen I for her unwavering support to women on Mother’s Day.

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