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Angels of rehabilitation

Their slogan is “United for the Development and Protection of the Rights of Children.” Our visit to rehabilitation centre of the NGO Ange (Angel) friends brings The Ball into contact with a new generation of children.

Angels of LomeThe rehabilitation centre of the NGO Ange

Andrew talks to Gabriel Muzzo, the director of Ange and finds out that Ange is supported by UNICEF and supports 300 street children in Lomé. Ange provides a stepping stone for the children, taking them off the streets and away from crime, drugs and other problems and helps them get their lives back on track and aims at reconnecting them to their families.

Kids from the NGO Ange perform a danceKids from the NGO Ange perform a dance to welcome The Ball
Kids from Ange sign The BallThese children were delighted to meet, kick and sign The Ball.

Written by on Friday, April 30th, 2010

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