‘Making that Big Change the small way for deprived ones’- Nsoh’s story unfolds

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It takes a little effort to put smiles on the faces of very deprived people in society. The reality of how some people struggle to make ends meet could never be put in this writing than to be heard from the very people that live through this ‘scar’.

Many a time, we ignore persons particularly, widows, disabled persons, orphans, and other marginalized people in our communities. Perhaps we get blinded by the comfort we enjoy.

But for someone to have challenged these odds, risen beyond the stereotypy and poverty in the northern part of Ghana, deserves to be heard.

Madam Nsoh Jacklin, a native of Zaare in the Upper East Region is a widow. She is an inspiration to women, alike, who had been through the struggles of life. Learning of her capability to champion a change to support others in her community, Jacklin started a small charitable organisation in Bolga- Soe in April 2016. She named the organization; “Divine Intervention Quest.

Divine Intervention Quest has been working in Zaare, Sunbrugu, Zorko, Vea, Nyarika, Gambibgo, Yoroko, and many others in the region and parts of the country, to support less privileged people.

“I felt blessed after I came out of such a struggle. Jesus has been the center till now which my daughter and sons are all grown now and blessed. For this, I realized that my story and life are no different from my fellow women that happen to lose their husbands and also have children to care for which they need help both spiritual and physical. I thought of so many ways to reach out to such people and out of which this organization came about “Divine Intervention Quest,” she said.

She has through her personal effort and that of a few allies mobilizes resources including clothes, food, and cash for the vulnerable in these areas.

“These donations are made to beneficiaries to support their livelihood” she shared.

The education of orphans, in particular, is her major interest and responsibility.

But this, she couldn’t do alone without the support of donors and other benevolent organisations.

It is for this reason, that she calls on every meaning Ghanaians to support her course to put smiles on these vulnerable people.

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