The Global Active Christian Development has donated bags of rice to widows at Kumawu Dadease as its contribution to their well-being.
Rev. Robert Addai Aboagye, Executive Director for Global Active Christian Development, also called on Christians to depend on God for providence and direction.
He called on society to reach out to support the needy for God’s blessings.
The Assembly Member for Kumawu Dadease, Kofi Adade, who initiated the gesture, indicated that the main challenge associated with the community was lack of land for farming.
He stressed that for this reason, the community could no longer engage in cola nut cultivation, which used to be the main farm crop.
As a result, the community was now into cassava cultivation as the main economic activity for the people.
According to him, the soil texture in the area was sandy and made the land owners sell them out for sand winning, which was affecting agricultural produce and economic activities.
Kofi Adade called on stakeholders and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and natives residing abroad to assist the community to engage in productive ventures.