Created to protect disabled and disadvantaged children and to guarantee them the possibility of having a home, the project aims to ensure education and medical care for these children, as well as ensuring them the fundamental right to grow up in a suitable family environment.Coffee Beans has already at its disposal a shelter where at the moment there are 19 orphans, abused or ill-treated, including some with severe disabilities, to whom are provided medical care, food and school support.
Ghana currently has one of the highest rates of schooling in West Africa. However, around 500,000 children are still out of school due to the lack of buildings to house them, textbooks and adequate training for new teachers. In particular, the lack of structures and training affects the most disadvantaged children with physical and motor disabilities, which are considered as a burden without a future for families and subject to mistreatment and marginalization.
The aim is to fight the social exclusion of disabled children and improve the living conditions of children in extreme difficulty, ensuring their fundamental rights and a family environment suitable for their growth.CASA ITALIA currently hosts 19 disabled and non-disabled children, providing them medical care, food and school support, as well as the affection that all children have the right to receive.Coffee beans extends its care activities to children outside the home and in trouble.
The project will integrate children into society and sensitize the community regarding the theme of disability as well as violence.