Ghana Family Learning In Cincinnati

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Ghana Family Learning In Cincinnati

The Baah-Binney family traveled from Ghana, a country in Western Africa, to Cincinnati for their education.

The Baah-Binney family traveled from Ghana, a country in Western Africa, to Cincinnati for their education.

Victoria, the mother, has been studying at Cincinnati Christian University since 2007. She's pursuing a master's degree in counseling, a degree not possible at her home school of Ghana Christian University.

Victoria's husband Joshua, who is also pursuing a mater's degree, moved with their three children to Cincinnati to join their mom two weeks ago.

Friday, their church family was celebrating.

"I'm also grateful to God that I see my dream gradually coming true," Victoria said.

The family hopes to take what they've learned back to Ghana and replicate the mental health counseling program at Cincinnati Christian University.

"We do not have counseling centers in Ghana and we've been working in the churches for a couple of years now. And we saw that need so much and we tried planning on how to do it and it looked like almost impossible to achieve that dream. So seeing all of us here together, it's very exciting to me," Victoria said.

The Baah-Binney family made it to Cincinnati through the generosity of Zion Global Ministries Church and the River Hills Christian Church who are providing the family with housing, food, a car, insurance, and much more.

Also, C.C.U. has given the parents scholarships.

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