A New Face among the Nutrition Centre Staff!

0 Comments

We already shared with you that last year our nutritionist was absorbed by the public health system, Ghana Health Services and we were successful in finding a new and capable nutritionist very fast. However, the public health system was recruiting more nutritionists later on last year. Our new employed nutritionist was among of the ones […]

Neesim School has a New Owner!

0 Comments

Over a period of time there has been an ongoing discussion on how to get Neesim School more sustainable. We are very happy to share the good news with you that a local church has commited to take over Neesim School. Project Share has handed over Neesim School to Good News Bible Chruch. Local ownership […]

The Journey of Salomon to a new life

0 Comments

Salomon, aged two years and two months was admitted to Neesim Nutrition Centre due to oedema (swelling of the body due to lack of protein) and body wasting. He was spotted in the community by one of our caretakers, who advised the parents to bring Salomon to the centre. Once Salomon arrived at the centre, […]

Discover talents in arts and craft!

0 Comments

We had the privilege to have a creative short termer who gave training in arts and craft practically to the local staff and helped practically in the lessons. Many pupil and also the staff enjoyed to see how out of little things wonderful things can be created. For children who wanted to have be even […]

Refresher in the Library

0 Comments

Although covid-19 is still present in Ghana (mainly in the south), we were able to¬† return to our original library opening hours. This helps the children a great deal as they can use the library in the afternoons after school again to practice reading.Thankfully we were able to reorganise the library during the holidays between […]

A new face in Neesim Nutrition Centre

0 Comments

In the middle of January 2021 our nutritionist who had served Project Share for almost eight years in the Neesim Nutrition Centre resigned unexpectantly, as she accepted a job at Ghana Health Service. We are thankful for her faithful service and wish her all the best for her future. Thankfully, we found a new nutritionist […]

Reopening of full Neesim School after a long Covid-19 break!

0 Comments

The whole of Neesim School finally opened again on the 15thJanuary 2021 after a break of 10 months due to the coronavirus Pandemic. A great deal of cleaning had to be done and measures put in place to fulfil the covid-19 protocol, before we could reopen the school. In the rural areas in Ghana home-schooling […]

Reaching out to the community

0 Comments

After some planning we started an outreach program in one particular village where we regularly have clients in the nutrition centre. We were delighted to start with a community survey to give us an overview of the current situation, in order to know what we need to emphasise on and to be able to measure […]

Reopening School after Covid-19 Break

0 Comments

During the second term of this academic year on the 16th March 2020, Neesim School sadly had to close, due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. The government has given permission to reopen junior high 3 by the end of June 2020 in order to get prepared for their exams. Neesim School follows strictly the safety protocols […]

Mumuni`s way to more breastmilk

0 Comments

Mumuni came to the centre slightly malnourished when he was three months old. His mother thought this was due to her not having enough breastmilk. They bought milk formula to feed Mumuni to supplement breastfeeding him. His mother still had problems feeding him, so she took him to the hospital where she was advised to […]