Touch A Life Health Fair in Gomoa-Fetteh

July 14, 2011

The Touch A Life Foundation in partnership with Global Health Innovations and Bridges For Smiles  hosted the first ever summer health fair at the Village of Hope Orphanage in southern Ghana. Thanks to the help of 55 volunteers, the groups were able to provide medical and dental care for over 600 children, 69 of whom are TAL kids rescued off of Lake Volta in Kete Krachi (see last year’s post). The children participated in a series of health related activities including medical and dental screenings, nutritional sessions, yoga class and other activities.

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3 Responses to “Touch A Life Health Fair in Gomoa-Fetteh”

  1. Rachel Says:

    Beautiful photos, sister!


  2. What a privilege to meet you. To see you work. And to have these precious memories. Thanks for helping spread the word about TAL!

  3. Ellen Bartlett Says:

    beautiful…


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