A day trip to remember

Outings are immensely beneficial to children’s rehabilitation and development – close-up interaction with nature is always very valuable, as is the opportunity to socialise with staff, with family, and with one another.

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18 Nov 2020

A journey to Master of Science

Sr Anastasia is a Sister Hospitaller in the community of Dompoase. She recently finished Master in procurement and she would like to share her tough but very useful journey. “I was told beforehand by those who had a similar degree that the course is very demanding but I accepted the offer bearing this in mind. I must admit that it was indeed challenging with many assignments, research, attending lectures and a whole lot more.”

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17 Sep 2020

“I do really like the humanitarian aspect of my job.”

Alexander Aryeh works as a psychiatric nurse at San Benito Menni Hospital, Sisters Hospitallers centre in Dompoase, Ghana. Since the lockdown in Ghana, his job has become more difficult but it doesn’t prevent him from visiting the children in their homes for follow-ups and to ensure their wellbeing.

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18 May 2020

“We are living in fear but we trust in the protection of the Lord”

Sister Felicia is a Sister Hospitaller in charge of the department for children who suffer from mental illness, in Dompoase, Ghana. She has told us how they are coping with COVID-19. For her, the most worrying thing is the fact that there is no supply of Personal Protective Equipment from the government to the hospitals and clinics in rural areas yet.

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18 Dec 2019

Music lessons!

Music is very important for our brain, besides being fun! As the French playwright, Victor Hugo, said: “Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and cannot remain silent.” For this reason, one of the activities in our centre in Dompoase is learning to play the drum.

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December 2020
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