World Vision Opens Office at Accra Digital Centre (ADC)

A Deputy Minister for Communications, Hon. Vincent Sowah Odotei has cut the sword for the opening of a new office space; World Vision International (WVI) Ghana; a non-profit organization. The office will handle all financial and procurement services of the organization across Africa and other parts of the world.
The office, which is located in the Accra Digital Centre (ADC) is known as the shared services office. Its will serve as an administrative arm of the WVI and provide a centralized financial and procurement, related process in Africa, Europe and Latin America.
The facility, manned by 85 well- trained personnel, will also allow WVI to effectively use technology to enhance transparency and lower the cost of operation to raise more resources needed to support vulnerable children in the 100 countries in which the organization operates globally.
Speaking at the inaugural ceremony in Accra on Thursday, January 10th,2019, the Board chairman of WVI Ghana, Mr. Emmanuel Baba Mahama, said for the past 39 years, the entity had been working with very deprived communities to create solutions for development challenges in the areas of water, sanitation, hygiene, food security, health, education and child protection.” These interventions have brought measureable improvements in the well-being of millions of children, especially the most vulnerable, their families and communities.” he said.
Mr. Mahama said, with its new strategy initiative dubbed,” our promise 2030”,the organization had deepened its commitment to the most vulnerable children and focused its operations for greater impact.
Mr.Stephen Lockley, the chief Financial Officer of WVI said, the organization sought to raise and use more resources to improve the well-being of children in communities.