Support for PWS&D’s programs in Ghana help transform the lives of marginalized women and people living with disabilities by advocating for human rights and fostering social acceptance.
In Ghana, people living with disabilities face many barriers to living healthy, happy and dignified lives. Misunderstood, they may be removed from their communities for their differences and have limited access to employment or education.
PWS&D is working with the Presbyterian Church of Ghana to overcome these barriers and help vulnerable members of society build brighter futures. At the Garu Community Based Rehabilitation Centre, important life and vocational skills are taught, allowing people with disabilities to discover their abilities.