Manan lives with his parents and his two sisters in the small community of Doblogonno, which is on the outskirts of Accra. His father does odd jobs around their neighborhood and his mother sells food in the village. Their income is very low and unstable and they need help to support Manan and his sisters. Many families in Ghana cannot afford to send their children to school because their income is used to buy food. An education would help Manan break the cycle of poverty and have hope for a brighter future.
He would receive food, clothing, medical care, schooling, Christian nurture, and Bible teaching through the I.N. Network school in Doblogonno, Ghana.
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