At age 10 I started menstruating, and I remember how uncomfortable and sick those monthly periods made me feel. I also remember how at the time I shredded old clothes to use, and how I had to pad up the cloth with toilet rolls to make it seem fuller because I was a heavy bleeder.
We are saying NO to reproductive tract infections! We are saying NO to reusable home made clothes used as pads and tissue papers! We are saying YES to equal access to hygienic sanitary pads! We are saying YES to girls’ staying school! We are saying YES to a Happy 12 weeks of bleeding for all
One Life Aid Foundation (OLAF), a Non-Governmental organization is embarking on a project that will help augment government’s efforts in achieving quality education in Ghana. The project is to support needy school children in deprived community schools in the Eastern Region and by extension, across the country with education materials with the aim of boosting
One Life Aid Foundation (OLAF), a Koforidua-based Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) committed to helping the underprivileged children in society in the area of health and education, has extended a hand to the Kentenkren/Osabene Islamic school Kindergarten. The school, Osabene Islamic school Kindergarten, which is in a deplorable state has seen no improvement over the years, with
RAKOD Widow Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organization which is reaching out widows, the less privileged and the fatherless in society through its Strengthening Community Care And Support project, has done it again. During this year’s mothers day celebration, RAKOD together with a visiting NGO, OLAF (One Life Aid Foundation) from Koforidua in the Eastern Region, put
One Life Aid Foundation (OLAF) is about to embark on another life changing cause in the rural areas of Ntronang, Asekesu, Nana Banyin and Osabene/Kentenkren primary schools in the eastern region on the 26th May. This project is to provide educational materials to orphans, disabled and poor children from very poor families and also prevent