The Osu Children's Home in Ghana had its origin from the " Society for Childcare" which operated in Kaneshie, a suburb of Accra.
The Osu Children's Home VISION is to fully integrate all children admitted to the home back into the mainstream of society.
The home provides to the children in the home extensive appropriate skilled trained personal to: help them come to terms with there sometimes direr previous backgrounds and to help them to develop a positive approach towards their future endeavors.
Currently, there are approximately 200 children in the home age new born to 23 years old. The numbers fluctuate since some children are reunited with families, others are adopted, whilst still other are provide with a foster home and family to live with.
The staff include:
Caregivers known as housemothers and/or housefathers Social Workers A Nurse A Pediatrician (on consignment from the Ministry of Health) A Clinical Psychologist Counselors Supporting Staff Casual Workers
21 Ndabaningi Sithole Rd, Accra, Ghana