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GOVERNMENT SHOULD AID ROYAL SEED ORPHANAGE- LYDIA McCARTHY

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The C.E.O Chief Executive Officer of Bestcare Humanitarian Aid Foundation (BESTCHAF) Madam Lydia McCarthy has appealed to the government to aid Royal Seed Orphanage at Papaasi No 1 on the Bawjiase road.

Bestcare Humanitarian Aid Foundation (BESTCHAF) is a registered charitable non-governmental organisation with its inception since 2014 has been providing for the needy and less privileged in society.

Their main objective this year is to make donations, educate and help the less privileged in society to improve upon their standard of living and eventually make them acceptable in the society.

Madam Lydia McCarthy stated that, BESTCHAF has donated 2,000 US dollars worth of items to Royal Seed Orphanage to improve upon their life.

Speaking to Pink News Bestcare Humanitarian Aid Foundation C.E.O Madam Lydia McCarthy stated that the government should involve itself in the development of the orphanage home, to construct suitable roads, portable water among others to augment their standard of living.

Moreover, she hinted that, when one helps the less privileged in society God also opens an avenue for him or her.

The C.E.O also noted that, BESTCHAF has been in existence since 2014 with no external funding but through their own sacrifices.

She emphasized that, BESTCHAF has taken it upon themselves as a non-governmental organization to raise awareness on health care issues especially diabetes and offer free test screening on the disease.

According to her, this is to know the signs and symptoms of the sickness and also help to take precautionary measures to avoid getting the disease.

Madam Lydia McCarthy stressed that all these will help to maximize the children’s potential to eventually become great people in the society.

The Assistant Manager of Royal Seed Home, Pastor Akon Sylvester Cudjoe is very grateful to Bestcare and urge others to do same in providing them with portable water and food items to cater for 75 children at the orphanage.

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