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Voltic Ladies Empower Young Mothers To Dream Again

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To mark this year’s Mother’s day Celebration, female employees of Voltic (GH) Limited inspired teenage mothers and expectant mothers to dream again and become symbol of hope for society and themselves.

The Voltic Mother’s Day Celebration held at the Nsawam Government Hospital evolved around giving basic business tips to women and helping them turn their dreams into goals.  for financial empowerment rather than them, becoming a burden on society.

The occasion also served as a medium for female employees of Voltic (GH) Limited to interact and educate young mothers and expectant mother on financial empowerment to become stronger rather than becoming a burden on society.

Speaking to over 80 women, Sylvia Esi Yawson, the Human Resource Trainee of Voltic used her personal story to demonstrate how she transformed herself into what she is today.

Donating assorted item including Voltic Natural Mineral Water, mattresses, toiletries, cloth and other essentials to the mothers and the hospital’s maternity ward, Jacqueline Awuah Key Manager of Voltic indicated that “our presence and gifts for these teenage mothers today is to inspire them to see beyond their current situation and dream again.

Our aim is that they will become economically driven by the stories and insight from our employees and develop themselves into beacon of hope for their children and other teenagers in their community.

Our doors are open for any of them willing to do business with us. We look forward to hearing life changing stories from our interactions with these teenagers today”.

The themed for event was “Empowering Young Mothers to Dream Again”.

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