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Amos Aloryi Children’s Home: Providing Support for Children of Adversities



Amos Aloryi Children’s Home: Providing Support for Children of Adversities

Many societies and families are misplaced by the current world adversities including wars, pandemics, disease outbreaks, economics hardships and personal quandaries and these have made many children lost their parents, some have lost contact with families and communities they grew up. The dream of every parent for his or her child is to provide parental care, family love and a welcoming environment and children dearly love the family environment.

Children’s home also known as the orphanages or residential care facilities, play a critical role in society by providing safe and nurturing environment for children who are unable to live with the biological families. These homes offer a sense of belonging, stability and opportunities for growth to children who have experienced various forms of these adversities.

Amos Aloryi Children’s Home is here to prioritize the building of a strong sense of community among the residents. This helps children develop social skills, empathy and a sense of responsibility toward others and society at large. These values are essential for their growth, future interactions and relationships.

Amos Aloryi Children’s Home, we have partnered with CSOs (Civil Society Organizations), faith-based organizations, communities and other child welfare agencies to provide all-round children’s home care services especially where we fall short of a particular capacity or resources.

At Amos Aloryi Children’s Home, we provide an environment for children who have been abandoned, orphaned or removed from their families due to circumstances such as abuse, neglect or financial instability. We provide a secure and stable environment where children can heal from their past traumas and develop a sense of trust in adults and the world around them. We work with non-state actors, stakeholders and other child welfare agencies to ensure that children receive the care and support they need: the aim is to address the emotional and psychological needs of the children to overcome the challenges they have faced.

One of the primary goals of Amos Aloryi Children’s Home is to provide quality education and skill development opportunities. By doing so, we empower children to break the cycle of poverty and adversity. Educational programs are tailored to the individual needs of each child, ensuring that they receive the necessary support to excel academically. We offer vocational training and life skills programs. These initiatives equip children with practical skills that will serve them well in adulthood, increasing their chances of leading independent and successful lives.

Children who come to Amos Aloryi Children’s Home often carry emotional scars from their past experiences. We recognize the importance of emotional healing and rehabilitation. Counselors and therapists work closely with the children to help them process their emotions, build self-esteem, and develop healthy coping mechanisms.

The sense of belonging and community within children’s homes also plays a pivotal role in the emotional recovery of these children. They form bonds with their peers and caregivers, creating a support network that is often lacking in their previous lives.

One of the most significant benefits of children’s homes is the creation of a family-like environment. Children who have been separated from their biological families often long for a sense of belonging. In these homes, they find surrogate parents and siblings who provide love, care, and a sense of belonging.

We equally face challenges all orphanages do face while offering invaluable support to vulnerable children, including resource constraints, staffing and adulthood transition.

We are doing our best with the limited resources, making it challenging to provide the best possible care and support. Finding experienced, compassionate and qualified staffs and retaining these staffs is also a significant challenge as running a children’s home and can be emotionally taxing. Also preparing children for independent living as they age out of the system is a complex process which requires comprehensive support to live as an adult.

Amos Aloryi Children’s Home, we offer safety, education, emotional support and a sense of belonging to children who need it the most. While challenges persist, our dedicated staff members and caregivers work tirelessly to provide children with the opportunities they need to thrive.

Amos Aloryi Children’s Home hereby call on all CSOs, faith-based organisations, non-state actors, stakeholders and the general public to support children’s homes through financial contributions, volunteering and advocacy. By doing so, we can help ensure that every child has the chance to grow up in a loving and nurturing environment, regardless of their circumstances. Amos Aloryi Children’s Home is not just providing a shelter but a place where dreams are nurtured and bright futures are born.



Jeorge Wilson Kingson is the Managing Editor of ArtCraft Media Consult (Publishers of and, and a consulting Editor for The Corporate Guardian Magazine. He is the Chairman of the Media Alliance in Tobacco Control and Health (MATCOH). He is also the National Coordinator for the International Standards Journalism Association (ISJA) and the National Online Newsportals Coordinator for the Private Newspaper and Online Newsportals Publishers Association of Ghana (PRINPAG). He is a senior member of Ghana's Parliamentary Press Corps. He is the ACS Global Cancer Ambassador for Ghana and a Peace Advocate

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