The Special Mothers Project, an advocacy and awareness creation programme on cerebral palsy issues, on Tuesday donated items to the Castle Road Special School located within the Accra Psychiatric Hospital.
The donation was made on behalf of Mrs Eugenia Enam Aku Gakago, a Special Mum in the United Kingdom, as part of her birthday celebration.
Items donated included bags of rice, a box of sanitiser, a carton of toilet rolls, a gallon of oil, and a box of sardine.
Mrs Hannah Awadzi, Executive Director of the Special Mothers Project, who made the presentation, called for more support for the School and other government special schools.
Dr Ebenezer Afarikumah, an IT professional and Researcher in the area of tele-healthcare and disability, who accompanied Mrs Awadzi, said, “I will look at possible ways of collaboration and partnership with the School to see how we can further enhance their situation.”
Mr Fredrick Amedzake, Headmaster of the Castle Road Special School, who received the items, expressed gratitude to the Special Mothers Project and Mrs Gakago.