More than 180 boulevard kids in Accra, the day prior to this, gained packed scorching foods, some toiletries, gari, sugar, sardines, condoms and sanitary towels as Christmas items from the ‘Enhancing Youth thru Education and Health (EYEH) Soup Kitchen’, a Non-governmental Organisation (NGO).

The NGO in partnership with United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Department of Children, below the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Department of Social Welfare and Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG), undertook the donation to Efua Southerland Children’s Park, Operbea and Shiashie.

A Director, EYEH Soup Kitchen, Mrs Elizabeth Quarshie- Idun, in an interview with the Ghanaian Times, stated the gesture shaped a part of the organisation’s social obligations to get the youngsters out of the road and provides them a greater long term.

“We extend our benevolence every month to street children but this is a special one UNFPA decided to extend its support to cater for the children this festive season,” she added.

She stated EYEH Soup Kitchen, was once an NGO run via a gaggle of retired occupation ladies, who, as soon as each and every Wednesday accumulate between 50-100 boulevard kids on the Efua Sutherland Children’s Park, the place they feed and recommend them however because the COVID-19 pandemic, they meet as soon as each and every month to cater for 150-200 boulevard youngsters and adolescence.

Mrs Quarshie- Idun stated the youngsters who got here from other portions of the streets in Accra have been additionally taken thru scientific screening, religious up-liftment, occupation and academic steering and leisure actions.