The high inflation rate in Ghana is having a serious effect on King Jesus Charity Home (KJCH). They are having to pay more for food and some of the small businesses that were previously donating food have gone out of business because of the economic difficulties in the country. Frequent power cuts mean that many small business cannot operate unless they buy a petrol or diesel generator and these are expensive to run. Landlords are also suffering so are compelled to increase their rents, which is putting additional stress on businesses who are renting premises, and on families and individuals in rented accommodation. Many of the children suffer from malnutrition when they first arrive at KJCH and, thanks to the help of the Ghanaian Children’s Trust, local supporters and other agencies, the standard of nutrition has greatly improved. We must work even harder to maintain this standard and ensure the children grow up strong and healthy. £5 could feed a child for a week. With over 150 children at the orphanage, the food bill is enormous so the children need all the help we can give them. Please do whatever you can to help.