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EMMANUEL's DREAM. ORG

THE DISABILITY LAW PASSED BY THE PARLIAMENT 
  OF THE FOURTH REPUBLIC OF GHANA​​ ​ 

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IN THE NEWS

Allianz Insurance ​- Africa
Allianz Award  Recipient 2017

2011 Oprah Winfrey
Super Soul Sunday Update

Santa Maria Times, November 12, 2015

San Diego Union-Tribune, October 24, 2015

​Brytfmonline, January 7, 2016

I Share Hope, by Chris Williams (Podcast)
May 2016

ProForm Sponsors Emmanuel's 
Ride For Change
September 2016

Bowling Green, KY
ABC News
October 11, 2016l

Emmanuel's Dream.Org is fiscally sponsored by:
Feed My Lambs Global Ministries, Inc
a 501(c)(3) organization
Quotes from the movie, Emmanuel's Dream

​"If you are disabled in Ghana, you’re a second class citizen. Period and end of story.  You're expected to be a beggar.  
10% of the population is disabled - two million people.  His mission is to change perceptions - do whatever you can with whatever resources you have." 
 -- Bob Babbitt (Challenged Athletes Foundation)

"Although he could have earned $10 a day begging, Emmanuel refused to check his dignity at the door. Instead he found a job shining shoes for only $2 a day, sending any money he earned back home to his family." 
– Oprah (Narrator)

"Everything he has done is because it’s the right thing to do." --Bob Babbitt (Challenged Athletes Foundation)

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​Emmanuel's Dream:
The True Story of Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah

Schneider Family Book Award 
Children's Book Winner 2016




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about the book
The EEFSA ACADEMY SOCCER TEAM PLAYERS of EMMANUEL'S DREAM
Hello Families and Friends.
 If you DONATE to Emmanuel's Dream, You are helping these players in Ghana! 
God bless you!!!
Agyemang Clement is 20 years old from Brong Ahafo, Ghana. His physical disability, according to his parents, occurred in 1997, when he was very little. He was playing football and he fell on his right leg. He was not able to move his leg so they took him to the hospital. His right leg was swollen so they transferred him to a different hospital in the eastern region of Ghana. The doctor there decided that his leg had reached a point of requiring amputation. Now, Agyemang plays for the EEFSA.
Here's another video which was done about my story and my mission to help others.
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