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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...
Kwame
Kwame’s father died in a logging accident in 2000, and his mother died only three months later in a traffic accident.
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...
Grace
Grace’s mother abandoned her and her brother, Martin, and their father died in 2005. The children arrived at the Rafiki Village Ghana that year.
Sarah
Sarah was born prematurely in a private clinic in March 2005. Her mother disappeared soon after she took Sarah to the hospital, and her father...
Racheal
Rachel's birth mother has never been located. Her father took another wife, abandoned Rachel, and never returned. She arrived at the Rafiki Village...
Wilson
Both Wilson’s mother and father died when he was a small child. Wilson and his sister were then referred to the Rafiki Village Uganda in September...
Carolyn
Carolyn was abandoned as a child and was found by a probation officer. Social welfare did a thorough search to find any relatives they could for...
Josephine
Josephine and her sister Tendo were living in a local hospital in Kampala for some time. They were then placed in a temporary home for abandoned...
Nakato
Nakato and her three siblings were living in a situation that required immediate intervention according to Uganda social welfare. They were very...