The Royal Legacy International (RLI), an association of chiefs, queen mothers, opinion leaders, and benevolent individuals in Ghana has marked its first anniversary.
The association since its establishment has supported the less privileged in various communities with education, clothing, feeding, shelter, health care, counseling and advocacy, skill acquisition, and many others.
Speaking at the ceremony, Her Royal Highness (HRH). Dr. Nana Kum Krampah I Benkumhen of Enyan Denkyira Akyeapem Division who also doubles as the Founder of The Royal Legacy International underscored the achievement of the association over the year.
“ As royals in our respective communities of leadership we have been able to mobilize resources to support the less privileged in society, especially our women and children by providing them with education, clothing, feeding, shelter, health care, and skill acquisition just to mention a few,” she said.
Dr. Nana Kum Krampah I opined that the association mandated to save and alleviate the suffering of countless mothers and children in various communities in the country will mobilize the necessary resources available to support the vulnerable in the coming years.
She indicated that as a mother and an advocate, she knows the pain women, children and the vulnerable endure in the country and would, therefore, continue to liaise with the appropriate institutions to meet the target of alleviating any form of abuse against the less privileged in society.
She noted that even though the government is also working relentlessly to improve the living conditions of all Ghanaians, society and benevolent individuals should support Royal Legacy International to support the vulnerable in the country.
“We are calling onto all benevolent individuals, companies, and government officials to partner with the Royal Legacy International to support the less privilege in society, our doors are open to receive any donor supports” she added.