Ibis Celebrates Oafrica @15 With A Children’s Party As Part Of Solidarity Week ‘17

ibis Styles Accra Airport City Hotel is a brand under the Accor group of Hotels whose mission is to create a meaningful experience for the community of travelers and new nomads all around the globe but transcends to supporting projects and programs that creates a meaningful future for children and also as a responsibility to give back to society.
Most importantly, IBIS celebrates Christmas with Oafrica’s beneficiaries in community based foster care to climax IBIS SOLIDARITY WEEK celebration and also as part of OAfrica 15 years on Saturday 16th December, 2017.

Speaking at the event the CEO, Mr. Robert M. Dakwa schooled guests on the need for children to grow up in safe and loving families. He mentioned that the leading cause of child abandonment is poverty. Poor families often feel that placing their children into an orphanage is the only way to ensure they receive proper education, food and other essentials. “We don’t agree: we think orphanages are often very abusive and that the best place for a child is in the family in their community.
Madam Erica Alliah, the Deputy Manager of IBIS Style Hotel said it is very important to show love to the under privileged in society especially children at this time and season of the year. She stated that children are the future of the world and there is the need to nature them with love so that the world would be a better place to live in. And with this reason the hotel has decided to celebrate yuletide with the Special Children under OAfrica’s support.


As part of the Solidarity week celebration of IBIS Styles, the hotel throws a Christmas party with the children Oafrica supports in community based foster care at the IBIS Styles Hotel poolside. The party is also to give a new meaning of Christmas to OAfrica’s beneficiaries and celebrates the 15 years of OAfrica’s existence.

The party saw in attendance at the party were Musa Mouse of KingsCrown Media, Kofi Laing of MultiMedia, staff of IBIS Styles, Mahesh Gokaldas, MD of Gokals-Laborex ltd among other dignitaries.


For the past twenty – nine (29) years, ACCOR GROUP has been in the hospitality industry in ACCRA – GHANA. We are highly experienced in Hotel Management.

ibis Styles Accra Airport City Hotel was established in October 2015, and is an International 3 Star ACCOR Chain of unique hotels with rooms ranging from standard to junior suites. The hotel is located in the Airport City area; just two minutes’ drive from the Kotoka International Airport.

The ideal place for a business trip or just holidays in Accra, with 192 rooms, a regional and international restaurant and two (2) very comfortable bars. We have three (3) fully – equipped sound proofed meeting and board meeting rooms with ultra – modern facilities in your favorite destination. There is also a Free WIFI connection in the entire hotel.

OAfrica is a child centered but family based nonprofit organization and for the past 15 years has supported children and young adults in Ghana: a co-creator with the Government of Ghana and UNICEF of the CARE REFORM INICIATIVE we have been tracing and reuniting children from orphanages by strengthening their extended families and giving the children scholarships. At OAfrica we are committed to care reform and ensuring that children grow up in safe, permanent family settings with appropriate care and protection and with equal rights and opportunity.

Our programs support children by building strong families to eliminate child abandonment and create safe, stable and loving families and communities. With the right kind of support, we know that families can stay together. OAfrica helps families of children at risk of abandonment and gives them secure futures within their communities.

Our mission is to empower children and young adults in need of care and protection because of institutionalization, abandonment, neglect, disability or abuse to become productive members of the community. We accomplish this by strengthening families and reintegrating separated children whose rights have been compromised due to poverty, violence, trafficking, disease and discrimination into safe, stable and loving households.

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