Elder & Sister Brown

Elder & Sister Brown

Friday, 10 October 2014

2 Months

Meet Sharon, she is from Holland,
 her money is financing the sewerage pit
 for the Live Now Clinic, located at Tinkong.
Sharon helps down in the pit
with the actual laying of the bricks!
The 'Live Now' Clinic, waiting for customers

We first met Sharon at the Aburi Wood Carving Market whilst we were visiting there when our missionaries were teaching someone. She is only 23 years old and a remarkable young woman who is here for 3 Months and is putting her money into building this pit for the Live Now Clinic. Her Uncle founded the clinic, we went and had a look around, it is about a 15 minute drive from Koforidua. It is really well laid out, and well equipped. We were really impressed with the quality of the structure and the kindness of Sharon and her Uncle for the good work they are doing to help the local people. Not everyone in Ghana can afford medical attention. Good quality medical attention is not readily available in small villages like this one. They are also planning a School and Hospital and Mortuary.


Not sure what's in the bag...
Possibly clothing...
A new pole for a TV antenna



You would be absolutely amazed at some of the things we see the women carrying. Everything gets carried on the head. The weight of some of these things is really astounding. We don't know how they do it!

Independence Square

These modern buildings are quite
out of place with the rest of the landscape
Freedom and Justice Arch
NOW FOR A FEW CITY SHOTS: We were told the traffic is not so bad on Sundays in Accra, so we had a drive around the city, and down to the water. This is what we saw!
Look Nice...

These are all fishing boats on the ocean

Well, look twice!!