The various stakeholders involved were present at the event, with Mr. Emmanuel Ampaabeng, CEO of Westline Entertainment leading the charge. Addressing the widows present, he warmly expressed: “We sympathize with you our mothers, who without fail on your part are in this situation. We have always thought about the perfect time to celebrate you and today being Mother’s Day, we thought it was the right time to do it. ”
Tina Versatraate, CEO of The Wendy Project, also had a few words of hope for the crowd via a virtual session: “As a single mom myself, I truly wish you all the best. I know it’s not easy sometimes, it might seem like life is too hard, but there is always light at the end of the tunnel so look at the beautiful things in your life. ” She continued, “I know you have the right attitudes, I know you live for your children like I do and you know children are the future, and the future is bright. I know you will make it happen for your children. It is so important to give them everything that we have in oneself, to make them shine, to make them bloom, to make them more beautiful than us because children are the future. Good luck in everything you do. ”
Another notable stakeholder to speak was Ms. Rosemary Acquah, Founder of the Widows Federation Ghana. Replacing widows, she expressed deeply, “May God reward you in all that you do and give you long life. God bless every member of The Wendy’s project, we can never thank you enough. ”
The absolute generosity displayed did not stop there, all stakeholders being determined to involve the women present beyond this very successful event. Everyone involved also plans to empower these women through upcoming economic and educational programs.
The Wendy Project was launched in commemoration of a Belgian woman, Wendy, who committed suicide in 2020. Her mission is rooted in her unconditional love for her friends and family, just as she has focused more on life. others than his own. The Wendy Project is ingenious in mobilizing people of character in areas where highly sensitive people need to escape the clutches of anxiety, depression, and burnout, among other states of distress, in the hope to avoid any fate similar to Wendy’s.