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MOGCSP APPRECIATES CONTRIBUTIONS OF OUT GOING GENERAL ADMINISTRATION DIRECTOR- MRS. THELMA OHENE-ASIAMAH

Staff of MoGCSP have given their outgoing Director for the General Administration Directorate, Mrs. Thelma Ohene-Asiamah a surprise farewell treat with citations read by the Chief Director, Dr. Afisah Zakariah for her outstanding contributions during her tenure of office at the Ministry.

According to the Dr. Afisah Zakariah she is so pleased with the Director's performance and her delivery at every task given her.

The Director for Policy, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Directorate, Mr. Mawutor Ablo also said the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection is positive that Mrs. Ohene-Asiamah will deliver excellently wherever she finds herself and the Ministry is also grateful for her performance in all aspects during her seven year's period with them.

Dr. Afisah Zakariah used the opportunity to call on all other staff to emulate the good works of the outgoing Director and leave a legacy worth emulating by future generations.

Mrs. Thelma Ohene-Asiamah expressed her gratitude to all staff of the MoGCSP for their constant demonstration of love towards each other and thanked them for their advice and support during her tenure of office.

Staff of MoGCSP presented a citation, portrait and an undisclosed parcel in appreciation of their love to the outgoing Director for General Administration, Mrs. Thelma Ohene-Asiamah.
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4 days ago

EID MUBARAK MESSAGE FROM HON. FREDA PREMPEH

As we celebrate Eid, let us continue to observe the protocols.

It has been a challenging Ramadan but its been spiritually fulfilling in the midst of COVID-19.

May the peace and blessings of Allah abide with you and your family on this occasion of Eid-al-Fitr.

I wish you a happy celebration. Let us stay safe! Eid Mubarak.
Barika da Sallah
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4 days ago

Eid Mubarak

“Brothers and Sisters, Friends and Family, Eid Mubarak to you all.

From the bottom of my heart, I pray that the Almighty makes our lives beautiful and struggles meaningful”

Be blessed
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6 days ago

UNICEF-GHANA DONATES PPEs AND OTHER ITEMS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WELFARE

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Ghana on Friday, 22nd May, 2020 donated some Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the Department of Social Welfare through the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection for onward distribution to some Residential homes, Remand and Correctional centres and Professional social workers working with the Department of Social Welfare and the Head of Local Government Service.

The Chief Director for the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Dr. Afisah Zakariah in her opening statement was grateful to UNICEF-Ghana’s kind gesture towards the vulnerable.

The UNICEF representative in Ghana, Madam Anne- Claire Dufay congratulated the Government of Ghana for its relentless effort to curtail the spread of the Corona Virus and also protect the most vulnerable and families in the country.

She added that the donation of the PPE and other hygiene items is to support the Department of Social Welfare and other frontline workers who provide essential services to children and families to protect vulnerable children during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Madam Anne- Claire Dufay noted that the health, safety and wellbeing of all staff engaged in the COVID-19 response is a shared responsibility and as such UNICEF supports efforts to strengthen social services across all sectors.

She reiterated UNICEF’s commitment to promoting family-based care, ensuring the safety of children and the promotion of reunification of children.

The Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Hon. Cynthia Mamle Morrison on behalf of the Ministry and all children in Ghana thanked UNICEF-Ghana for their donation.

Hon. Cynthia Mamle Morrison stressed that, the Ministry will continue to maintain a cordial relationship with UNICEF to cater for vulnerable children in the country.

To support the efforts of the Departments of Social Welfare under the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, UNICEF has provided the Department with the following items:
• 1625 packets of masks – 81,250 masks
• 1625 packets of gloves – 162,500 gloves
• 1625 bottles of hand sanitiser – 812.5 litres
• 150 pieces contact digital thermometers
• 150 Veronica buckets with stands (35 of which are in Tamale) • 2,000 gallons of liquid soap • 10,000 rolls of hand tissue and 500 gallons of bleach.

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1 week ago

MINISTER FOR GENDER PROMISES GOVERNMENT SUPPORT TO THE VULNERABLE

Hon. Cynthia Mamle Morrison has assured some vulnerable persons that, Government through the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection will soon support them with stipends to start up businesses for a brighter future.

She made this assurance at a food distribution exercise held at the Christ the King Catholic Church in Accra on Monday 18th May, 2020.

Hon. Cynthia Mamle Morrison pleaded with the vulnerable persons to make good use of the stipends to be soon given them and also be truthful when it comes to rendering accounts of what they invest the money in with possible outcomes.

The Minister was invited by Rev Fr. Andrew Campbell, SVD, to witness the distribution of nose masks and packs of foods to over 200 vulnerable persons in Accra.

According to the Rev Fr. with the support from various individuals and organisations the Church was able to support vulnerable persons including lepers in diverse ways during and after the lockdown period.

He therefore called on the Hon. Minister to help enroll some of these vulnerable persons onto the LEAP programme under her Ministry.

Hon. Cynthia Mamle Morrison as an act of benevolence gave some of the vulnerable persons an undisclosed amount of money for their upkeep for the day.
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