We are pleased to announce that Multikids Foundation has launched the Community Clinic. It was in full swing on Wednesday the 1st of Feburary. It is going to be open every Wednesday from 8am -1pm . Our Schools Physiotherapist Juliet is volunteering her time and services to provide physio sessions for children with Cerebrel Palsy. Our first Patients have been children whos mothers are part of the Special Mothers Project. However, this service is open to everyone.
This service has been subsidised greatly and sessions cost 20 cedis each for group sessions (maximum of 3) and 50 cedis for one to one sessions. Families needing more financial aid will be assessed on an individual basis. All funds donated back to Multikids Foundation.
Please share and spread the word to any families this service may be useful to.
Multikids Inclusive Acadamy Primary Students put together an assembly on Chinese New Year and what it means to be entering the year of the Rooster. In true Multikids style it ended with a party and all the students and staff joined in to Dance to Chinese Music and celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Happy Chinese New year
The end of term show , Embrace, at Multikids Inclusive Academy raised a staggering 1000 cedis for the Multikids Foundation, through ticket sales and cake sales. Fatima, our extremely talented executive chef at Multikids made scrumptious cupcakes which were sold to parents, students and staff.
All the proceeds of the night went to the Multikids foundation feeding programme at the Accra Psychiatric hospital and Kofi Moses's hospital appointment.
A huge thank you for everyone who came to see the show and support the foundation !
Since November 2016 the Multikids Foundation has been taking cooked food to the Accra Psychiatric Hospital children's ward. We are currently able to provide one meal a day from Monday to Friday. Our resident volunteer chef Fatima works hard to prepare healthy nutritious meals for the Children at the hospital. We hope with more support and funding we will be able to sustain this programme and provide even more meals.
We recognise how important it is for well being of these children to eat well.
"I believe i am providing very nutritious food for the kids, but I wish to be able to provide more meals, especially breakfast"- Fatima