Wellness Wednesdays give street residents a chance to pause, rest and connect with the FOA family
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Every moment a child is off the streets and in the classroom is another moment for the Future of Africa.
Former Street Resident, Isaac Andoh, Shares His Story About Living On The Streets With Polio.