A meeting in the pioneer house about the uniforms we want to wear while working at the car wash
Bridjet and Adjoa cut the last clothes that are not sold into cleaning rags. In a little time the second – hand clothing shop will get a new purpose
Clear Mind was able to rent a six-room house just a stone throw from the restaurant and carwash. It will add to the sense of freedom and joy after having obtained a paid job. Their living is supervised but from a small distance and with a smile.
After Adjoa and Kofi Baidoo, Amankoah is now the 3rd special worker at the restaurant. She helps cleaning and with the preparation of meals. Very happy, very proud lady!
Not much longer than a week ago Adyei settled at the farm in his new room. His father brought him his papers so Adyei can open his own bankaccount. Another milestone in his life. After acclimatizing he begins his chickenfarm. Or will it be a guineefowl farm?
Photo: Sala and Charity going through the launching of the advisory board meeting. Because our projects are expanding we realized for some time we needed help. So ten good local leaders were asked to together form the Clear Mind Advisory Board, a group of voluntary helpers. They all came to the first meeting. What a relief.
With 8 residents, or workers as they prefer to call themselves, it was time to erect a workersunion. Kwame is chairman. His aim is to bring people together, live more lovingly, get the workingconditions right and organize sports and social events. We look forward to the results of the first worker meeting taking place on june 15, 2021.
Although we aim for self supporting jobs for all our workers with a disability, this cannot always be guaranteed. Therefore we invite a sponsor to support our clients for 25 euro per month. Naomi is now also sponsored.
The Clear Mind Foundation has a father. His family still lives in Accra but last weekend our father, mr. George Kumih Kyeremeh, visited up country to extensively meet the people and the project. The outcome was a magic boost of new light and energy. Thank you George. Untill the next visit.