WELCOME: / Akwaaba
Welcome to Bioh Memorial Children's Village
Site, where we invite you to touch a young heart. The Director
and founder Opanin Addae, who lost his mother at a very young
age needs no introduction to the orphanage world. He is a living
testimony. It took a whole village to raise him just as the
well known Ghanaian saying goes, "IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO
RAISE A CHILD." It is through
this experience that he decided to support the needy all over the
world. Please find
time to visit all the pages and see where you can help. We will
welcome your assistance to promote good and healthy living for
Orphans, Destitute, Homeless and Street kids.
B.M.C.V. is located at ANYANSO, a remote
village of Amansie, Bekwai in the Asante Region of Ghana, West
Africa. there are plans to extend such project elsewhere.
Below is a little info of Ghana, the Country.
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Ghana is a former British colony known as the Gold Coast. Ghana, which gained
Independence in 1957,
was the first sub-Saharan African country to do so. It is situated in West Africa, just north
of the Equator. Ghana is boarded by Togo on the east, the Ivory
Coast on the west, Burkina Faso on the north and the Atlantic
Ocean on the south. With a population of about 20 million, Ghana has 73 different dialects. Ghana is
foremost an agricultural country and at one time, was the world's
leading producer of cocoa. The country also exports Gold.
The official language of Ghana is English. The Ghanaian population is divided into three main religious groups:
Christian (65 percent), Muslim (14 percent) with the rest of the
population following traditional religions. The climate is
tropical, with average temperatures between 29 and 32 degrees
Celsius. It is often breezy, sunny and dry, outside of the rainy
The Ghanaian currency is the Cedi. For the official exchange rate, please