A dynamic charity organization, Vocational Ambassadors Foundation (VAF), known for putting smiles on the faces of the poor and vulnerable in society, on Friday April 27 2018, supported a young lady with burns to undergo a successful surgery at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.
The patient (name withheld), is recovering well following the surgical procedures aimed at improving her current stature thereby providing her quality of life.
She showed gratitude and revealed that she was feeling better now than before.
“I am grateful to Vocational Ambassadors Foundation for the support they have given me which enabled me to go through the surgery. I am okay now and I feel happy and better than the state I was in previously”, she revealed.
Founder and President of VAF, Queen Boresah Iddisah-Jeduah who was at the hospital to donate blood in support of the surgery, could not hide her joy as she deemed it a 'pleasure' to have come to the aid of the young girl.
"We had a successful surgery for this young lady who suffered burns. Its was a a pleasure to donate blood to put smiles back on this young girl's face. Glad she can smile again", Queen said.
She was grateful to the team from Australia and the United States of America (USA), Switzerland and Israel who supported her organization in seeing to the success of the lady's surgery.
"Thanks to the team from Australia and USA who supported in diverse ways including donating blood. It was a pleasure to donate blood to put smiles back on this young girl's face. Thanks to Sonja, Sevim, Stefan and all the team in Switzerland and Israel as well for the support and prayers", she added.
VAF since its inception has restored many hopes to the poor and vulnerable in the country.
Like the name suggests, the core aim is to train willing, brilliant but needy youth who for one reason or the other could not make it through formal education or had to drop out of school due to financial difficulties.
VAF also offer educational support to children in island communities along the Volta lake of Ghana.
Source: Eric Nana Prekoh / Ghanaguardian.com