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Abou Pascal Tamakloe
09/04/2015...
Serge Gbale
07/04/2015...
Amara Coulibaly
07/04/2015...
Nathaniel Amoako
07/04/2015...
Esther Ayiku
Esther Ayiku is my name. I entered Remar Ghana in December 2009 at the age of 9 from a single mother. My parents have been divorced. My father is no where to be found. When I was at home, at the age of six , I will dress with the intention of going to school and will not return earlier than 7pm in the evening or later. This caused worry to my grand...
Emmanuel Adjei
26/03/2015...
Mathew Mensah
My name is Mathew Mensah and was born to Mr. Ebenezer Mensah in the year 2000. I have been in Remar since 2009. My mother I was told dumped me at an early age to my aging paternal grand mother and my father later absconded and has since not been found. I was brought to Remar Ghana for my recalcitrance. Thank God I am now in school at my Junior High...
Raphael Ashie
I am Raphael Ashie and entered Remar Ghana on somewhere in June 2011, from a very deprived community where of no fault of us some of us (unfortunate children) are left on our own to fend for ourselves. School is not part of the daily lives of my friends and I. I was brought to Remar by my single father who though is not educated finds it well deeme...
Ange Gnae
I am Ange Gnae. I came to Remar because my parents were financial difficulties. I am a girl who lost my mother at the age of 5 so lost all what we call that motherly love and care. I was raised by my uncle. But just after he went on retirement things started turning upside town. My elderly sister will have to go all out to struggle in very hard tim...
Grace Baaba Sam
26/03/2015...
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