OTC recieves £50,000 worth of rare orthopedic items from Farm4Life


Saki and Gloria from OTC(left) with Farm4Life representatives in Ghana.

Farm4Life is an international charity which aims to provide resources to help people flourish. They empower individuals, organizations and communities through sports, education and welfare. Farm4Life is about self-sufficiency. They have different projects in different countries within Africa.


Victor helping to load the van

In Ghana, Farm4Life is working through its wings to create a better future for the people. It started in 2003 and was registered in 2007. Lloyd Clewer is the founder, and Sharon Lanfear is the coordinator of this charity that is changing lives for the better. They usually travel across countries to coordinate projects.

The Container Project is one of the wings of Frm4Life which involves collecting goods that can benefit individuals, organizations and communities across Ghana. Through the container project OTC received £50,000 worth of assistive devices.


Off-loading at OTC


According to Lloyd and Sharon, they found OTC on the famous BBC documentary, ‘Worst place in the world to be disabled?’  Afterwards they wanted to know the place, and see if we would be interested in some of their mobility and assistive devices. Lloyd, Sharon and Victor (projects manager) visited the OTC prior to their donation. They were here to see the center, and show us some of the items they have to offer. Sis. Elizabeth the director of OTC received them with the public relations person. Sister was very excited when she was shown the kind of devices OTC will be picking up the following day at Farm4Life warehouse.


Sharon and Lloyd’s visit to OTC

Farm4Life donated a number of specialized wheelchairs for children with Cerebral Palsy (CP); commode-wheelchairs; shower seats; clubfoot braces; normal wheelchairs and many other items. The representatives of Farm4Life were happy the centre was picking up these items.


We are very grateful to Farm4Life for this opportunity they have given children with CP and many other patients through their donation. We know our patients and clients who receive these items will ooze joy and gratitude. Thanks goes also to PhysioNet, we were told you collected these items for Farm4Life.

Donation is our backbone here at OTC so we humbly appeal to individuals and organizations to keep supporting us in cash or kind.

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