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Ahene Kojo
Kojo's father is deceased, and his mother abandoned him. He was brought to the Rafiki Village Ghana in 2003.
Emmanuel
Emmanuel and his sister Mary were born to a mentally-ill mother who lacked the mental and physical faculties to care for them, and their father...
Joanna
Joanna is a triplet. Her sisters, Janet and Jennifer also live in the Rafiki Village Ghana. Joanna’s mother died shortly after delivering her and...
Carlos
Carlos’ mother died in early 2001. He and his sister Laardi were brought to the Rafiki Village Ghana in 2001.
Ellen
Ellen’s mother gave birth to her and her twin, Helen, on June 23, 2000. The girls' mother then passed in 2002. Ellen and her sister arrived at the...
Kwame
Kwame’s father died in a logging accident in 2000, and his mother died only three months later in a traffic accident. Kwame, his brother Yaw, and...
Prince
Prince and his two brothers, Randy and Emmanuel, were abandoned by their mother as young children. Prince and his two brothers arrived at the...
Afia
Both Afia’s mother and father died in 2006, and she arrived at Rafiki Village Ghana in October 2009.
Mabel
Mabel, her twin brother, and her older sister were orphaned after both of their parents died of illnesses. The three children moved to the Rafiki...
Priscilla
Priscilla, her twin Gladys, and their sister Erica became orphans after both their parents died within a year after Erica’s birth. Priscilla...
Ellen
Ellen’s family was transporting their products to market when they were involved in a car accident. Everyone in the car died, but Ellen survived.
Akosua
After both her parents died, Akosua and her twin brother Kwasi arrived at the Rafiki Village Ghana in 2009.