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We serve as torchbearers in a dark world for vulnerable children to have a better life.
Touching lives through education
Ryvanz-Mia Charity has paid this year’s (2022) Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) registration fees for some 65 students in the Ho constituency of the Volta Region, Ghana. The beneficiaries are Fiave Global MA Junior High School (JHS) students in the regional capital in Ho.
Brenda, a single mother to four children, wants to thank Ryvanz- Mia Charity for the generous donation/support towards my family, I truly appreciate your commitment to my family, because your support has changed my family in terms of school fees, food, rent, and others, I couldn’t do it without you, thank you, Ryvanz-Mia Charity, for standing with us in every situation, Long live RMC
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Food security and health care
Malnourished children are more likely to grow up in poverty because they will have a more challenging time developing physically and mentally, have less academic performance, and earn less money throughout their lifetime. Our efforts to improve food safety give children a fighting chance at a healthy, prosperous future. We help strengthen food security long-term by applying comprehensive techniques designed for each circumstance.
Donations help with immediate needs.
Providing Medical Support & Resources
With medical care being a leading concern in the communities we serve in Africa, our goal is to provide high-quality first-aid items to those we help. Our mission is to grant access to medications to treat diseases like typhoid, malaria, and fever due to many people getting sick from poor sewerage and water systems. Unfortunately, this is a common occurrence we see. Because of this, we began our campaign to solicit funds to provide and donate treated mosquito nets, distribute free hand sanitizers, especially during the post-COVID-19 pandemic, free sanitary products to female students, and many more life-saving supplies.