Counselling and Care for Humanity Centre (CCHC) - Cape Coast

Counselling and Care for Humanity Centre (CCHC) Counselling and Care for Humanity Centre (CCHC) Counselling and Care for Humanity Centre (CCHC) Counselling and Care for Humanity Centre (CCHC)
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Counselling and Care for Humanity Centre (CCHC)
Adisadel Post Office Box DL 730, AD, Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana
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  • Monday: 9:30am - 5:00pm
  • Tuesday: 9:30am - 5:00pm
  • Wednesday: 9:30am - 5:00pm
  • Thursday: 9:30am - 5:00pm
  • Friday: 9:30am - 5:00pm
  • Saturday: 9:00am - 12:00pm
  • Sunday: Closed
Company manager Francis Ansah (Executive Secreatary)
Establishment year 2012
Employees 6-10
Registration code CG001472017
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The Christ Centered Counseling Network (CCCN)

CCCN: Fighting to End Poverty in Ghana by 2030

CCCN Goals:
• Seeks to create suitable community environment.
• Provide counseling resources for health and life-style choices.
• Partner with sponsors willing to help end rural and urban unemployment
• Provide youth with guidance resources that deter premature sexual experiences
• Provide job training skills that end poverty.

Christ Centered Counseling Network (CCCN) is a non-profit organization that is working to meet the challenge to end poverty in Ghana by 2030. Our country’s poverty level declined by 7.7% point between 1991 and 2006. Because of the favorable decline, we achieved our Millennium Development Goal (MDG). Extreme poverty  
Show more also declined from 37% to 18% in 2005/2006. But the goal to end poverty continues to be challenged because the country has not been able to sustain the decrease in poverty.
Ghana’s Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) notes that the highest poverty originates in rural Ghanaian farming areas which accounts for 67.7% of the poverty challenge. Half of Ghanaians live in high poverty areas – the Savannah rural farming areas.
Several social intervention programs such as LEAP, SGSFT, and the free senior High School program which was created in 2017 are actively analyzing the causes and ways to end poverty.
Though not affiliated with the above programs, CCCN – sanctioned in 2017 - is joining the fight to end poverty and the causes of poverty in Ghana. CCCN was established to create suitable environments, restore hope and opportunities for Ghana’s needy, vulnerable and disadvantaged. Its focus is to help end unemployment, economic hardship, drug dependency, social vices (i.e., teenage pregnancy, street children, illiteracy, school drop, alcoholism, casual sex and sexually transmitted diseases, etc.

Ghana’s urban area faces many infrastructure challenges, but they are not impossible to correct. Some of the challenges include…
• The migrant population is increasing.
Between 2012 and 2017 – 23.7% or 6.8 million people were defined as poor Ghanaians, according the 2010 Census. People came to Ghana to live the good life. For many, unemployment became their reality. But a few found self- employment in the non-rural work areas. Their choice of work proved favorable.
• The poorest households are farmers or from rural farming areas.
The rural population, mainly from rural Savanah areas, numbers 39,076 or 23% of the population’s 169,896 residents living in poverty. The population consists of youth less than 15 years old, makes up 28.4% of the total and the elderly ages 60 years and older make up 4.5% of the group.
• Housing in metropolis Ghana is 58.2% compound living dwellings.
About 67.9% of sleeping rooms occupied by one-bedroom dwellings.
About 26.4% households consists of 10 or more members living in one room dwellings.
• Water from pipe-borne, etc. inside the dwelling is about 3 out of 5 residents.
About 39% of toilets are for public usage
About 22.3% are privately owned
About 34 % water closets
About .3% are bucket/pan toilets
About 38.9 % households share toilets.
• Waste disposal
56.7% of solid waste is dispersed by public dumping
2 in 10 residents dispose solid waste by public dumping in open spaces.
• Household collection accounts for 5.5%
Liquid waste disposal, throwing waste into gutters – 36%
Drainage system into gutter – 25.6%

In 2017, CCCN was officially founded and based on the philosophy of the Yefulkay Discipleship and writing ministry (2012) to spread the gospel and teaching youth how to keep away from crime, drugs and all forms of immoral life-styles which are problems in society.
CCCN is registered at the Registrar General Department of Ghana and accredited by the social Welfare of Ghana to operate a national non-governmental organization with recognition number D.S.W…/7099.
The principal activities are Professional counseling, Social Studies, Research works, Human Research Development, and Entrepreneurship aid, and Schools and Community outreach programs.
CCCN’s goal is to end poverty in Ghana. It compliments the Ghanaian government’s Millennium Development Goal (MDG) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) whose goals are to eradicate Ghanaian poverty by 2030.
CCCN is a stakeholder in the Ghanaians’ quest to improve the quality of life for all residents by offering an intensive program that focuses on erasing the challenges to a bountiful life in Ghana – one of the world’s most beautiful place to live.

• Partner with schools, colleges tertiary institutions, Christian organizations and local churches, humanitarian aids, and Christian or religious bodies and individuals to restore hope and opportunities in people and the society as a whole – by inviting volunteer professional, para-professional, individuals and organizations to intern at our facility.
• Attack social problems, unemployment, economic hardship, dependency burden, social vices by engaging professional guidance from CCCN and counseling training seminars, social studies and research work that reveals ways to deter and eliminate the causes of poverty.
• Provide safe havens from youths, orphans, people caught in sex trafficking, premature exposure to sexual activities, and pregnancies.
• Canvas local and world humanitarian organizations for volunteer help and financial support that sustains CCCN and its programs.

Click here and donate to help eliminate the challenging living conditions the many people of Ghana are experiencing. Our goal is to help all members of Ghana live the life they were meant to live – above the poverty line.
The future of the beautiful country of Ghana is in your hands. Any amount you send to us is 501 © 3 credited – your tax representative will show you how to receive credit for your time and financial donations.
Transfer your donations to CCCN by ….

Bank Deposit method:
Bank Name: GCB Bank, Cape Coast Branch, Ghana
Account Name: Christ Centered Counseling Network
Account Number: 2701022059911288
Western Union, Money Gram, etc. all in Christ Centered Counseling Network (CCCN) name.
Donate by Mobil Money Method: (Country Code +233)
1. 0549675317
2. 0503000840
3. 0574111270
4. 0268266882

If you are outside Ghana please add the country code (+233), the SIM or numbers were registered in the name of Maxwell K. Acquah (Founder/President). CCCN accounts for all donations to its donors, supports, council of patrons, and the government.
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Post Office Box DL 730, Adisadel,
Cape Coast,
Ghana - West Africa

Telephone: (+233) 050 3000 840 / 054 96 75 317 / 057 411 1270

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Twitter: / @cccncounseling



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  • Volunteering OpportunitiesCauses/Activities The CCCN is poised in dealing with social problems of unemployment, economic har...
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  • Ongoing ProjectCURRENT PROJECT Identified problems in Cape Coast are 1. Teenage pregnancy 2. Alcoholism and dr...


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