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Seth Obed Gamore

Seth Obed Gamor was born in a Small Village called Mafi Amidoekor in the Volta Region. He Is the sixth of seven children of his parents, who were engaged both in farming and fishing in Ivory coast.


When his parents and grandmother could no longer care for him, he was sent to his uncle’s, where he worked on Lake Volta for two years of hard labor and maltreatment. He was rescued by International Organization for Migration (IOM) in the year 2004 and was enrolled in a private school at Tefle Kpotame, and then Togbe Aho memory school at Bakpa Kebenu where he completed his basic certificate examination successfully in the year 2010.


He received some support from IOM and then Breaking The Chain Through Education took over in the later part of second year, and supported him until he finished his course in the year 2016. In college, Seth was the student’s chaplain, choir organizer and dormitory chaplain.

Currently, Seth is a professional teacher under the Ghana Education Service (GES). He has been stationed in a village called mafi deveme since 2016. He taught basic five for two years and basic two for one year and was given the role as a heath officer in his school.

He is also assisting the presiding Elder of the New Covenant Apostolic Church International in evangelizing the gospel of God.

Seth is happy working for Breaking The Chain on a part-time basis visiting beneficiaries to check on their well-being and also distribute food and other items. He also motivates them to study hard.

His hobbies are playing football, volley ball, Preaching the word of God, and singing.


Never Awukudzie

Never Awukudzie was a formerly trafficked child who hailed from a small community called New Bakpa in the Volta part of Ghana.  His father had a lot of children and could not afford to take care of them due to the huge size of his family (22 children). As a result, his father decided to hand Never and 6 of his siblings to fisher folks who promised him a little money and fishes in return.

At age 10, Never worked for two years on the lake with several hard labors and abuses from his master before his rescue in the year 2004 by the International Organization for Migration (IOM).

After his rescue, he continued his education from where he was taken away and completed his Junior Secondary School in his hometown with excellent results to the Senior Secondary School.

Although he couldn’t pass all his secondary final examinations, he according to his name “never” saw it a failure but was determined to seat for a University entrance Examination and had it straight to obtained an admission to the University of Education Winneba studying Bachelor of Arts, Social Studies-IDel in Ghana.

He is currently working as a reintegration and monitoring officer for Breaking The Chain Through Education in Ghana. Never is so happy to be working with BTCTE as he aspires to help his other formerly trafficked colleagues using his past experiences.

Never was a guest speaker at a BTCTE Banquet, and also visited Metuchen High School during his trip to the US.  Previously, he was featured in the Oprah Winfrey’s documentary show on child trafficking by Lisa Ling.

Never likes playing football, singing, browsing and reading books.  His competencies include computer related works (Microsoft office suite), internet related works, good communications skills, public speaking, counselling, child advocacy and strategic thinking.  Languages spoken are English, Ewe and Twi


Emmanuel Entsie

Emmanuel Entsie is a native of Gomoa Achiase in the Central Region of Ghana, whose parent were both peasant farmers and he was the last born of eleven children.

He grew up in rural Ghana.

After senior high, he joined the staff of Challenging Heights as security personnel and after one year he was promoted to shelter assistant and also case manager. Now Emmanuel is working as a reintegration and monitoring officer for Breaking the Chain Through Education in the central region.

In his leisure time he enjoys reading, singing and his favorite food is fufu with light soup. 


Dickson Korleh

Dickson Korleh is a result-oriented accounting professional with experience in a deadline-driven environment. He has a proven track record in consistency and effectively delivering accounting services that enhance objectivity and profitability. He has a skillset in bookkeeping, financial management, regulatory compliance, financial reporting and analysis. He comes to you with a strong background in focusing on profitability and being able to identify trends effecting financial performance. As an all-rounder he has considerable experience in cash-flow statements, income statements, balance sheets, budget reports, and cost analysis. Aside from his technical abilities, his pleasant manner and excellent communication skills allow him to clearly relay financial information to clients and management alike.He holds BSc in Business Administration ( Accounting option) from Central University, Ghana. He also holds a certificate in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination (West Virginia University, USA) under the supervision of Coursera. He is currently pursuing an MBA in Accounting and Finance at the University of Professional Studies, UPSA.

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