Chance for Children at a glance
Committee consisting of seven people, working voluntarily to provide a wholesome perspective on all major decisions by the organisation and makes major strategic decisions.
Daniela Rüdisüli Sodjah, Amon Kotey and Daniel Awuley Nartey guide all operational aspects of Chance for Children.
Nicholas Nyarko is in charge of the accounting in Ghana. An external auditor checks the organisation’s finances every year as required by Ghanaian law.
Until 2013 Margrith Rüdisüli, the mother of Daniela Rüdisüli Sodjah, took care of all the administrative tasks. Today Christina Gabrielli-Kaufmann manages the donation accounts in Switzerland.
Fundraising, Events and Lead CFC-Friends
Since 2018 Melanie Troxler has been supporting CFC in the areas of fundraising, events and volunteering.
Amon Kotey leads this unit, which is responsible for initiating the first contact with the street children.
Headed by Daniel Awuley Nartey, children living with their original families are being supported by Chance for Children and visited regularly.
A first contact point for street children in the middle of Accra, which is lead by Osman Ibrahim.
Girls’ and Boys’ Homes
Houses for boys and girls in Hebron provide a home to former street children. The compound in Hebron is supervised by Daniel Awuley Nartey.
This department is headed by Amon Kotey and supports young adults, who are attending professional training after graduating from school.
The children are producing different typical regional handcrafted products in order to contribute to the organisation. Laura Müller heads the production and the sales of the items in Ghana and Switzerland.
Laura Müller is responsible for the implementation of the pedagogical concept of all working fields.
The CFC Friends groups in Ghana and Switzerland organise several different events to the benefit of Chance for Children on a voluntary basis.