Actress Salma Mumin launches her Foundation; Set to Feed 600 Children

Launch of Salma Mumin Foundation

Ghanaian actress Salma Mumin has inaugurated the Salma Mumin Foundation, as part of the moves to push her philanthropic duties a notch higher.

This was made known at a press launch covered by on Friday, January 10, 2019 in Accra, Ghana.

The official announcement of the charitable organisation comes, against the backdrop of vulnerable children who beg for money and food on the street. More so, others do not grow to achieve their full potential because of hunger and complication from malnutrition.

Speaking at the press launch, the philanthropist and entrepreneur noted that it is everyone’s duty to save these children.

“It is the responsibility of each and every one of  us to save these children. And its  our duty to provide opportunities which were deprived from these children through death, broken home, and poverty,” she stated.

“Salma Mumin Foundation is not just an organization, but my duty. It is not just this but a commitment to the future, commitment to provide good education and health for the wellbeing of our future leaders,” the actress added.

With the focus on education and health, the Foundation is set to feed over 600 children and donate foodstuffs to two (2) schools in Wa, in the Upper West region of Ghana.

“In the quest of providing hope for more children, the next Salma Feeds project is on the 15th January at Wa which is targeting to feed over 600 children and also provide foodstuffs to the canteen of two schools,” she opened up on the Foundation’s upcoming project.

She took the opportunity to call on corporate bodies and benevolent persons for partnerships in order to ensure the well-being of these children.

Source: Yaw Sarpong |


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