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Residents and staff of Echoing Hills Village, Ghana operate an animal husbandry program. They produce livestock to feed themselves along with selling animals in the marketplace to help financially support their home. However, the program needs to grow to stay viable.
The expansion would include building 15 metal cages and purchasing 15 grass-cutters for breeding and selling offspring to the market. Our goal is to provide individuals with disabilities a home and to equip and empower them to help support the place they call home.To download our flyer click here
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Our Founder Rev. Cordell Brown was moved to action in 1994 when he saw the plight of Ghanaian people with disabilities.
For these people, life is not a struggle to succeed, but simply a struggle to survive. Many of them were abandoned at birth, medical treatment is almost non-existent, and these are the “throwaways” of this Third World country.
Cordell Brown responded with compassion, and began to advocate for this need in Ohio and other parts of the United States. Since then we have established a residential facility for 50 people with disabilities; held many recreational camps both on our property and off-site in remote locations; and provided assistance for medical, dental and vision needs among the special-needs population in that country.
Projects that promote self-sufficiency for the special needs population in Ghana