Officials of a US-based Third Dimension Institute, led by Pastor Frank Opoku-Amoako, visited the África Center for International Law and Accountability (ACILA) Ghana and concluded discussions to collaborate on a project to provide skills to inmates and ex-inmates of prisons in Ghana to reduce recidivism (i.e. an ex-con committing a crime and going back to prison).
With support from a benefactor, Mr. Paul Kini, a Ghanaian based in Nebraska, the Third Dimension Institute donated $6,000 towards the project. The Third Dimension Institute is an international teaching and capacity-building ministry headquartered in Virginia, USA. They will provide mentoring and spiritual guidance to the inmates and ex-inmates in the African country, Ghana.
ACILA and, indeed, the inmates and ex-inmates were grateful.
The Institute is also also grateful to Mr. Jonathan Osei Owusu, Executive Director of the POS Foundation for the opportunity he provided ACILA to learn about the needs of inmates in Ghana’s prisons and his continued guidance.
The officials of the Institute have since returned to their headquarters for further preparations and resource mobilisation.