Some CVCO Members With Some Children Of Siamekome

The children of Siamekope, an Island on Lake Volta need your help! Community Vulnerable Children Organization [CVCO] brings you more details so read on.

The people of Siamekope are among the early settlers who built a community on islands along the Volta River in areas where they could have bumper harvests.

Siamekope, also called Siamekome, is not connected to the national grid, hence, has no electricity. In addition, they have no clean sources of drinking water, no health post, no school, among others. About one hundred people live here.

Residents seeking health care, children seeking education, and women needing household items would have to make the journey over the river without life jackets to get to town.

Children Of Siamekope, An Island On Lake Volta Need Help

Some Members Of CVCO Crossing Lake Volta To Siamekope

Princess is a 7year old girl, a pupil of Adidome primary school. She lives with her parents on the aforementioned island, Siamekome, on Lake Volta. According to her, children on this island take boats to school every blessed day without life jackets and whenever it rains, they absent themselves from school due to the tides.

Princess in interaction with CVCO who paid a visit to the island lamented that they use torchlight to learn and whenever the battery goes low, that ends learning for her and other students. 

The children living there are crying out for help in terms of battery-powered lamps, chargeable lamps, and other learning materials to aid study at night.

Listening to Princess’s demands, the organization, CVCO, decided to visit and bless Princess and other students living on the island and also render free medical screening to the people of Siamekome.

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This is a worthy course for CVCO and you to embark on. This is what we signed for. Let’s do this fellow DREAM LIFTERS.
Donate to support Little Princess and her friends. God bless you in advance!

Children Of Siamekope, An Island On Lake Volta Need Help

To those who don’t know CVCO, here is a brief history:

Community Vulnerable Children Organization (CVCO) is a grassroots, community non-governmental, non-profit making organization. It is dedicated to improving the health, nutritional needs, education, and the survival of vulnerable children{orphans, children under severe poverty, children affected by HIV/AIDS, children living with disabilities, and children living with acute malnutrition}.

The organization is currently located at Aflao of the Ketu South Municipality with its office located about 20 feet‟s away from the Aflao main market.


To improve the lives of vulnerable children in the various communities and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives


A world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, education, treatment, and development


Our actions target the following vulnerable groups;

  • Orphans and Children living with HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis
  • Children living under severe poverty
  • Children living with disabilities
  • Children living with acute malnutrition
  • Women living with HIV/AIDS and various forms of disabilities


  • To help vulnerable children gain access to medical care by registering them under the NHIS
  • To help vulnerable children gain access to free vacation classes
  • Intensify health education on HIV/AIDS, its mode of transmission, and what can be done to protect oneself.
  • Reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS through door-to-door counseling, testing of children, and referring them for case management.
  • To reduce the morbidity and mortality of the CLHAs (Children Living with HIV/AIDS).
  • To help CLHAs access antiretroviral (ARV) drugs from Government & monitor them for drug adherence.
  • To support orphans and vulnerable children in terms of their education by giving them Scholarships that will cover their school fees, parent-teachers association dues, one school uniform per term, exercise and notebooks, pen and pencils, and their vacation classes fees.
See also  Siamekope Outreach Report

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