Dove of Hope Ministries
"Nana Akua Makafui; a wonderful woman full of enthusiasm and vibrant. I've known Nana for the past five years and had been inspired greatly by the great work she is doing in Ghana, West Africa. Her love for the less fortunate children in Ghana is marvellous, and this has led her to engage in a selfless service to help feed, clothe, socialize and most importantly establish an orphanage to help educate the less fortunate children in some villages in Ghana. I have plans of working with her in the near future since I'm also a Reverend Minister and struggling to help meet some needs of some of the needy children in Ghana. Nana Akua's sacrifices and struggles to bring these needy children to the light and place them in a higher pinnacle made her won the hearts of the chief and elders of Toh-Kpalime in the Volta Region of Ghana and was crowned queen; Nana Akua Makafui with the title "Nkosohemaa" (Queen of development). My love, support and encouragement goes to Nana wishing her all the best in all her endeavour. May the good Lord bless you. "
From: Rev. Grace Nugent.
Spring of Life Missions of Toronto Ontario
To: Nana Akua Makafui
Nkosohemaa of Toh-Kpalime, Ghana
Founder/CEO Dove of Hope Ministries. Co Founder/Royal Home of Hope
I first met Nana several years ago through a mutual aquaintance. We were discussing how to facilitate medical assistance to Dominica. Nana immediately got into action to source the much needed supplies. she graciously and without hesitation assisted us in getting much needed medical supplies to Dominica within a few weeks. Since then, Nana and the DOHM has been a steadfast and invaluable friend to the people of Dominica. She has assisted with several medical supplies shipments which has benefited many local communities. Thank you Nana and DOHM for all that you have done, and continue to do for communities in need.
Gairy Warrington - partner for Dominica
The founder(Nana Akua) And I traveled to Ejisu where Ernest Medical Center is located somewhere around May to do some assessment of the place and also make some donations which included surgical equipments to the place. Then we traveled to Wamanafo which is a town located in the Brong Ahafo Region where we got to find out from the queenmothers that they were in need of items to help them cater for orphans in the community.
Henrietta Ababio-Sabi, Accra, Ghana