In 2011, Victoria Yeboah and her husband Reverend Xatse founded GreenLife Foundation. Working together & individually, without any external support, and using the salary Victoria earns as a midwife, they bring aid to orphans, widows and impoverished rural communities in Ghana. The organization provides relief to communities and individuals by building schools, providing medical aid, midwifery services, and health education. They do so while raising 5 adopted children.
I met Victoria in the summer of 2017, while she visited the United States for the first time. Selected as a recipient of the Mandela Washington Fellowship through the University of Maine, Victoria worked on gaining solutions to climate concerns and ways to bring sustainable aid to Ghana. Becoming fast friends, we launched the GreenLife Project, an upcoming effort to bringing funding not only to Victoria's organization and efforts, but also allow her to have her work documented. Our hope is that the power of this imagery will bring funding to help continue her efforts and allow public support to open further doors for the organzation.
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