Advisor – Susan Angoh
I lost my father when I was three years old and since then my mother struggled and raised me up with support from other well-wishers. This help was extended out to my education and also enabled me had a job. My employer went out of business so I started serving in an organization that supported underserved kids.It was due to these services that someone linked me to the business I am doing till toda, for a living. I joined the CETALF family as a volunteer to share my experiences and ideas as testimonies in serving the underpriviledged. This care and support enables them feel they belong to a family and are not forgotten in the society.