After successful training and selection of volunteers for the Young Ambassadors Programme (YAP) in 2014 (the YAP-Volunteers consist of six parents and six Orphans and Vulnerable Children(OVC), they were given the mandate to create awareness on the topics "de-institutionalization of orphanages and benefit of Care Reform Initiative (CRI)".
Subsequently, the sensitization took place in 37 communities within the West Mamprusi District of the Northern Region of Ghana. BRAVEAURORA therefore saw the need to reward the YAP- volunteers for their active role for the past two years
In this light, the award packages included BA certificate of appreciation, half piece of Wax cloth for parents . There was four (4) yards cloth for the Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC).
To appreciate the excellent work done by the team, the celebration took place at the chief’s Palace. There was refreshment after the occasion.In attendance at the ceremony were Guabuliga chief and his elders, all OVC, the former occupants of Guabuliga Orphanage, parents and Braveaurora staff. In all a total about 84 audience were present to grace the occasion.
The chief of Guabuliga in his concluding remarks, took his time to explained who was an ambassador is, his/her roles and responsibilities. Accordingly, he advised the YAP-Volunteers to show commitment to their work and to avoid social vices.