UNTV launches daily feeding program in Ghana Africa
admin • September 16, 2015 • 4426
UNTV Correspondent and MCGI African members seen serving food for the locals at a feeding program as part of UNTV’s 11th Anniversary celebration. (UNTV News)
GHANA, Africa — The public service of UNTV has reached Africa in celebration of its 11th anniversary as the premier public service channel of the Philippines.
UNTV volunteers in Ghana conducted a daily feeding program for Liberian refugees who are deprived of their daily needs at the Buduburam Camp.
According to these refugees, the station’s project is a big help especially to people like them who oftentimes have no idea where their next meal will come from.
To say that the way of life in the camp is difficult is putting it mildly. “Sometimes, we have no light for about one week. Sometimes no water; not even to take a bath,” shares Liberian refugee Victoria Barnor. “Kuya Daniel and UNTV, I pray to God to give you people long life so that what you people are doing to us will also be done to those people who are in need like us. Thanks be to God,” added Barnor.
The group’s feeding program reached as far as Liberia, which is one of the areas struck by the Ebola outbreak.
“The feeding program is a big help in improving the lives of families here and all the people surrounding us,” said Daniel Dwe, a feeding program recipient.
The recipients of UNTV’s public service in Liberia were thankful for its continuous support for people in need not only in the Philippines, but in other countries the station reaches as well. (UNTV News)
Several children in conflict with the law (CICL) in Zamboanga City were inspired by the kind deeds shared to them by Members Church of God International (MCGI).
These children, with ages ranging from 12 to 19 years old, have committed crimes and are sheltered by the City Social Welfare and Development.
Some of them were already abandoned by their families while others have not been visited by their relatives due to the restrictions amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
According to Josephine Orquia, Officer-in-Charge at the Center for Children in Conflict with the Law, the love and hope shared by the MCGI through its feeding program inspired the children to change their lives for the better.
She also hoped for a sustainable spiritual program in their center and said the center would be glad if the MCGI return to conduct spiritual sessions for the children.
“The CICL center here in Culianan Zamboanga City, would gladly be happy if the group of MCGI could come back and visit us and to have your spiritual sessions that could enhance the behavior of our children,” she said.
Orquia, through UNTV’s Serbisyong Bayanihan, also requested a laptop that the center can use during online hearings.
“Kung pwede kame makahingi ng tulong sa Sebirsyong Bayanihan ni Kuya Daniel. Mayroon naman kaming laptop pero hindi namin nagagamit ang speaker at ngayon sira na ang battery. Kasi since pandemic, ang physical hearing nawala iyon sa korte. So ngayon ang hearing namin is online. Napakalaking bagay sa mga bata namin na magkaroon sila ng hearing (If only we can ask for help through Kuya Daniel’s Serbisyong Bayanihan. We do have a laptop but we cannot use the speaker and its battery is already broken. Since the pandemic, the court has suspended physical hearings. Hearings are not held online. It is a huge help for the children for them to have hearings on their case),” she said. -AAC (with reports from Val Villaflor)
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