Peace of Christ (PCC) Hand in Hand Nkoranza – Ghana
You are most welcome on the website of the Peace of Christ (PCC) – Hand in Hand Community in Nkoranza, Ghana.
Here you can find all kind of information about our unique Community for intellectually or multiple disabled and abandoned children and young adults, originating from all over Ghana.
Frequently can find a new stories about the ups and downs of the Community, for this you are advised to check the columns in Albert’s Corner regularly.
We also offer a lot of interesting information about our Guesthouses. You are most welcome to visit us throughout the year and can even make reservations via our email address.
There is also quite some useful information for people, who are considering coming to Ghana as Volunteers.
In addition you will find quite some information about our many special Products from our Sheltered Workshop. These products can be bought in our shop in Ghana, but can also be ordered via a special mail address.
Of course we also like to give you more information about how to support the work of our Community incidentally or structurally (e.g. via Sponsoring, Donations or Special Fundraising) see “Contributing to Hand in Hand” in the Menu.
There are more pages with general Info about the Community.
At the end you are cordially invited to write your personal message in our Guestbook, we appreciate all reactions.
We like to thank you very much for showing interest in our Peace of Christ – Hand in Hand Community.
Latest Alberts Corner
- Enjoy your meal in PCC 3 September 2016 The world is full of questions, but one of the most important questions posed in many households is a very simple one: “What shall we eat today?”.
- How are they doing….. part 4 11 August 2016 Elianne made a request to write once about three residents of PCC she still remembers from the year 2000 (!)
Residential children without sponsorships
These children, who will be living in our Community for the rest of their lives, are looking for (part) sponsorsing. See their pictures and stories for more information.
Workshop children without sponsorships
These young adults from our Sheltered Workshop are hoping for (part) sponsoring. See their pictures and stories for more information