Brief report on Brandon and Canadian Interns Financial Support to CBR

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    Brief report on Brandon and Canadian Interns Financial Support to CBR

    The Presbyterian Community Based Rehabilitation (PCBR) received funding amount to Four
    Thousand, Two Hundred and Twenty Ghana Cedis, and Ninety Nine pesewas (GH 4,220.99) from Brandon and Canadian Interns from the University of Calgary which support 16 clients/caregivers to undertake income generation to enhance social inclusion in society. The clients/caregivers were selected from the five operational zones of PCBR with various physical disabilities across the four districts CBR operational area. At a mini durbar gathering of CBR Staff, Dr. Caesar Apentik, Clients, and the media (radio Builsa) clients/caregivers were encouraged to look beyond their disabilities and make their life more productive for themselves, immediate family and society in general. Four stabilized psychotic and four epileptic clients, as well as four physically disabled each, took home a sewing machine, whilst four (4) selected CP mothers were given start-up capital ranging from Two Hundred Ghana Cedis (GH 200.00) to Four Hundred and Fifty Ghana Cedis (GH 400.00).

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