Ghanaian R&B singer, Chemphe has been honoured by Care International, a leading humanitarian organization fighting global poverty, for the work of his Double P (Campaign for Peace and Against Poverty) project. Due to the effectiveness of the project, Chemphe has been added to the Care International Headquarters Wall of Fame. A picture of Chemphe, which was taken locally made its way to the Headquarters of Care International to indicate the NGOs support and appreciation for an impressive work done.
The singer devoted most part of 2012 to pursue his social projects, with which he made some good strides in the Central and Greater Accra region. Chemphe intends to provide basic facilities to “Hasuodzie” village, one of the beneficiaries of the project. Chemphe also believes that efficient education and resource allocation is one of the most strategic ways of curbing poverty in Africa.
The singer also mentioned that though the “Global Citizen” song is getting good airplay in Norway where it was released last year, Ghana is about to experience the real outcome from the lyrics of the song. He mentioned that the project song’s video will be launched later in the year.