As part of the Atta-Mills Institute Community Improvement Programme (CIP), our ministry of kindness, has reached out to the people of Gonten, a rural community situated in the belly of part of the Aburi mountains.
Having established cursory contact with the community almost 3 years ago, the Atta-Mills Institute (AMI) identified a number of critical needs of the community and we committed the Institute to helping out as much as is possible.
Thanks to God Almighty, AMI is in the process of providing the community with a corn mill and a cassava mill.
Very much dependent on subsistence farming, the community has to make a long and tedious hilly climb to Aburi in order to mill maize and cassava because the manual mills available, broke down years ago.
With joy, and looking forward to brighter days, the Community has wholeheartedly embraced AMI’s support to give them the mills in order to make life more bearable for them.
The pictures show the Founder and CEO of AMI, Samuel Koku Anyidoho, and the Chief of Staff of AMI, Andy Kankam, interacting with the Community Leaders of Gonten.
The project is expected to kick-in on, Saturday, September 18, 2021, and should be completed within a month.
To God Almighty be the glory; great things He has done and greater things He shall do.