Ghana-based nonprofit organisation, Kwdoxa Foundation has made its first donation this year to a community nonprofit organisation, Theovision International, located at Ashale Botwe, Accra, Ghana, following a visitation on 16th March, 2023.
The charity according to both organisations represented a gesture of mutuality between the two nonprofits. Kwdoxa made the donation as a means to support a community Bible audio campaign hosted by Theovision International. The campaign was created to spread life changing audio messages in different languages whilst showing the love of God in the form of community development and medical outreach.
Theovision International as a non-profit has presented itself as a Christian community building and media organization since it was founded in 1989 by Theodore Asare. It has dedicated itself to reaching people in their own language and transforming lives in different Ghanaian communities. Its medical outreach has also served over 9,000 people in about 30 villages who would otherwise not have had any access to medical care and clean water.
“Theovision’s mission and work has always been an inspiration to us, and we are thrilled to be able to support them in this way. This donation represents not only our mutual interests, but also our shared commitment to making a positive impact in our community,” said the foundation to TheAfricanDream.net in a phone interview.
Kwdoxa representatives were welcomed by the team led by Philip Asare, Executive Vice President of Theovision International, expressing their appreciation and the significance of the donation to their warm hosts.
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“Our mission as Kwdoxa Foundation is based on the principle of the Bible, which is to love our neighbour as we love ourselves and to draw humankind to the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. In this we find more than a similarity with Theovision.”
Kwdoxa Foundation believes in the campaign program of Theovision and its rippling effect amongst the younger generation. The nonprofit stated that “once these tender lives are transformed, a child and mother will live in a better community with less vulnerabilities,” in a statement to TheAfricanDream.net.
According to the foundation, it also provides support, counseling, and some formal or non-formal training for females who have been sexually abused by guardians or parents.
Oral Ofori is Founder and Publisher at www.TheAfricanDream.net, a digital storyteller and producer, and also an information and research consultant.