Eunice Nusimebia Agbenyegah

Facility Coordinator

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Eunice is passionate about meeting the needs of others. She oversees Norviwo Centre and cooks delicious meals with a heart full of love and service. Often quiet and reserved, Eunice is full of wise counsel whenever she speaks. “I like to observe and think a lot before I speak, that’s just my nature”

Eunice joined FOA’s team after hearing about FOA’s impact on the lives of children in street situations. She believes that “every human is made in God’s image and basically exists to serve Him. God came for the weak, poor, and hopeless - it is our responsibility to serve the vulnerable in our communities.”

Eunice completed high school school at Abetifi Presby SHS. She deferred her undergraduate studies to put her two younger siblings through school. She has exceptional people skills from hawking in the streets, working as a nanny and a day care teacher. She is keen to complete her undergraduate degree at the University of Professional Studies, Accra.

Eunice believes service is a sacred responsibility. She is extremely intelligent, hardworking, caring, and reliable. She enjoys listening to people and helping them solve personal problems. “I am committed to FOA’s mission because it aligns with my personal values and beliefs”

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