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The I AM Her Campaign is changing lives in Ghana, West Africa

🌟 Exciting news! The empowering I AM Her campaign kicked off back in 2019 as a heartfelt conversation between Paul Allen Billings aka Chief Nana Nyansa’s eldest daughter, Monica, and the inspiring young girls of the Abeadze Kyeakor Village.

🌍 This exchange sparked a movement to uplift and improve the lives of these extraordinary girls within the village.

The incredible I AM Her campaign is all about delivering essential sanitary products to these young girls, and over the past four years, thousands of products have been distributed. 🎉 These simple yet powerful contributions have tremendously improved the lives of these vibrant girls in the village.

We’d like to extend a special thanks to civic organizations in the US, such as the Muskegon Heights Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc and the T ROSE foundation both based in Michigan. Their unwavering support has taken this program to greater heights, making an even more significant impact.

💙 You too can play a crucial role in this mission! If you’re interested in contributing, you can drop off sanitary products at the Mayes and Wright Media Center, located at 1877 Peck St. in Muskegon, Michigan. Your kind support will help uplift these young girls even further.

Together, let’s make a difference! ✨#IAmHerMovement#EmpoweringGirls#CommunitySupport

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