06 December, 2009
GHANA FATHERHOOD INITIATIVE FOUNDATION CELEBRATES 2009 INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY BY DONATING BOOKS TO SELECTED SCHOOLS
Students from some of the invited schools to which books were donated on 2009 International Men's Day pose for a group photograph
Ghana Fatherhood Initiative Foundation ("GFIF") is a registered NGO in Ghana established to promote and encourage committed,available and responsible fatherhood in Ghana and to appreciate fathers. Samuel NiiTeiko Tackie, founder and President of GFIF organized an International Men's Day event which involved donating books to selected Schools in Mamprobi-Accra to conside with Universal Children's day. Press releases to selected radio stations in the regional Capitals in Ghana have been sent and interviews about the event took place.
International Men's Day was on the 19th, and the book donation occurred on 20th November at the Mamprobi Polyclinic, Mamprobi-Accra.
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