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HISTORY OF THE JMJ SOCIETY IN GHANA –WEST AFRICA


We were invited by Sunyani Bishop Rev. James Owusu in 1990 to extend the services in the land of Gold to work among the people of Yeji, a remote and backward area namely in Yeji, Atebubu and Kwasibuokram (KBK) through apostolates of education, healthcare and social work. A group of five JMJ Sisters were selected for this mission. They started a small clinic in Yeji  and then started JSS School at Atebubu in 1997.At present Indonesians and  Indian sisters are working in four communities and the new batch of sisters for various missions will be launching out to Ghana.To continue the JMJ presence in Ghana local vocations are admitted to JMJ Society from 2007 onwards. Later a few more communities will be opened in Ghana and beyond.