History

OFFINSO DWENEDABI FUNDATION

Offinso Dwenedadbi Foundation started in November, 2015 under the vision and leadership of Nana Osei Bediako II-Dwenedabi Hene. Dwenedabi is a village located at Offinso North District. This village was founded by Nana Osei Kofi, a father of Dr Osei Kwame Despite.

The idea to form this foundation came about when the Mehame, a community in Offinso Municipality was invaded by the armed robbers in the year 2015, during the year,a community committee called Mehame Town Development Committee was formed of which nana osei Bediako II was a member.

Due to the high rate of crime incidence in the area, the committee invited the municipal police commander, MR. Michael Amankwaah Boateng to address the committee on the theme: ways to reduce rampant armed robbery within the Mehame community.

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Our Services

Education
We educate the trainees and seek to put ones who are interested to go to school in various academic ...
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Agriculture
Counselling
We offer counselling service to drug addicts, school drop outs in the community.
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Skill Training
Youth Empowerment
Facilitate Vocation Training
We have put about 200 boys and girls in vocational training to learn skills of their choice.
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THEMATIC AREAS

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Poverty alleviation

Event and Activities

Kumasi Airport
Kumasi Airport
November 24, 2017
Offinso Dwenedabi Foundation organised an excursion for its trainees on Wednesday 11th October 2017. At the kumasi Airport trainees were taken through the operations of all the departmen...
Manhyia Palace
Manhyia Palace
November 24, 2017
The visit to Manhyia Palace Museum was historic. the thirteen different locations in the Museum visited highlighted various stages of the Ashanti Kingdom under different Kings, The displ...
Barekese Dam
Barekese Dam
November 24, 2017
Finally the visit to the Barekese Dam highlighted various stages of water purification and why treated water should not be wasted. The visit once again emphasized why encroachment on the lan...

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