Dormaa children's home is a 50 capacity orphanage home in the Dormaa district of Ghana to provide shelter for orphans and needy children in this community of Ghana, Africa. The home is also being used as a springboard to provide help to children in the community who have basic health care and educational needs.
The challenge of poverty and death of women from childbirth and other health risks often renders children as orphans or in serious need of help in the Dormaa District of Ghana, Africa.
The orphanage facility has capacity to accept up to 50 children. The facility will provide shelter, food and other basic needs like primary health care and basic education at no cost to children admitted to the facility. The facility will be used as a springboard to go the communities to offer assistance to other children who needs help but may not need to be brought to live in the orphanage facility.
In the long run, the orphanage facility will help cater for the needs of orphans and other disadvantaged children in the community. It will help children get good education to grow to become useful members of the community. It will also solved some of the basic primary healthcare needs of children in the Dormaa community