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A Summer of Service

  Four humanitarian groups traveled to Ghana this past summer to help with Nurturing Nations projects.  Their main focus was working to build the Nurturing Nations Home for Children and School. The first three groups formed blocks of cement and began to build the walls of the Children’s Home.   The final group focused their […]

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When Calamity Strikes, You Make the Difference

  Thanks to the generosity of our donors, Nurturing Nations was able to respond quickly when we got word of Christie’s involvement in a gas station explosion.  Christie has been able to return to school and is doing very well in her studies.  Although she will always have some scarring from her severe burns, she […]

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Join the Phoenix Project!

We at Nurturing Nations are always so touched and impressed by the willingness of our youngest friends to help other children like themselves.  Three-year-old Phoenix is truly an inspiration! Phoenix started a “thankful jar”. When she would get a little money, whether it was for doing a chore, helping grandpa, or just finding change on […]

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Kid Kindness

We at Nurturing Nations have been touched by the recent efforts of some of our youngest friends to help the children in Ghana. When Gabe Erickson (left) first heard about the struggles of the children we are trying to help in Ghana, he wanted to send them all a pizza! When he learned that wouldn’t […]

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They Said She Couldn’t Do It

  Learning to read is an incredible accomplishment for any child in Ghana, where opportunities for education are few.  The odds were stacked against Akos (pictured below) from the beginning because of prejudices against children with disabilities.  Akos has Down Sydrome, and at one time her teachers would beat her and tell her not to […]

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Six Seeking Sponsors

  All six of the children pictured above are hoping to join our Sponsorship Program. Just $25 a month will cover a uniform, school fees, school supplies, and school lunch. All are struggling in poverty, and most have been abandoned by their parents entirely. They won’t have a chance to go to school unless you […]

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A Thriving Library

Thanks to the hard work of Susy Yamada, Sarah Arikian, and our wonderful donors, the shipment of books which was sent out last year has at last reached Assin Adadientem library. Our friend Scott was recently able to visit Assin Adadientem and speak with the local school master.  The school master told him that the […]

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2016 Year End Report

While most reflections on the past year we have seen going around on social media tend to be on the gloomy side, here at Nurturing Nations, we have nothing but good things to report! So if you need a reason to feel good about 2016, look no further. This past year, you, our donors and […]

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Bon Voyage Books!

    This past August, dynamic duo Sarah and Susy loaded 32 boxes of donated books from our friends in Manhattan and Queens into a truck bound for the port in New Jersey.   At last report,  the cargo ship, “The Ever Lasting,” bearing these gifts is sailing towards the western coast of Africa and […]

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Opportunities for Teen Girls

Many Ghanaian young adults are benefiting from the construction of the Nurturing Nations Home and School. To date, we have hired forty local employees to assist in the construction.   Young men receive training and then work to form the bricks for the Mothers Wall, Nurturing Nations Home and School facilities. Although construction jobs are […]

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