We would like to introduce you to our new Project Coordinator. Thomas has joined the Project Share team to oversee and develop our projects. He is full of charisma and enthusiasm for the work here. We look forward to working with him and hope that his experience in agricultural development in particular will enable us to develop our own farming loans project further.
Tell us a bit about yourself.
My name is Thomas Napari and I am 28 years old. I am a Dagomba and I come from Tamale. I am a Christian and sharing God’s love is my passion. I like local foods such as TZ, banku and fufu, but I don’t like rice.
What are your hobbies?
I like listening to gospel music, playing football, supporting FC Barcelona, reading and research.
Why do you want to work for Project Share?
I have seen that Project Share is impacting the lives of people.
The nutrition centre is able to rehabilitate babies so that they are no longer malnourished. I see them and feel happy. It is a great thing and I want to be part of those success stories.
When I go to the school, I don’t see children but doctors, teachers, nurses, engineers, ministers and businessmen and women. We are working with the children to see their dreams become reality.
Finally, the agricultural project is also important, because the children need to eat before they can go to the classroom, so there is a need to increase production.
What do you think of Gushegu town?
It is very interesting and calm. The people are lovely and friendly. Most of them are Dagombas and they all speak Dagbani so I understand the language and culture and can work here easily.
Is there anything you would like to say to the supporters of Project Share?
I would like to tell you that the activities of Project Share are yielding positive results. Your money is being put to good use and is impacting the lives of many people. I urge and encourage you to keep up your support.