FPARM was birthed out of the desire to strengthen poverty-stricken families through unconventional routes and to promote self-sustainability. We recognize the distress in wanting to overcome poverty, but being unable to do so, due to lack of resources and access. Our organization wants to provide opportunities particularly in the areas of skilled based training and small scale business ventures. We hope to be the vessel that empowers families for a lifetime.

Our Board of Directors

Lynne Asiamah – President

Lynne Asiamah is the fervent President and Founder of The Family Progress and Restoration Mission. She spent many years as a Volunteer with the New York Youth Support Program —an agency that provides counselling and skill building for children with emotional and behavioral maladjustment. She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Liberty University and is an active member of the Psi Chi (an international Honor Society in Psychology) She is also a proud member of the American Association of Christian Counsellors (AACC). Innately, she draws great energy from helping others and one of such demonstrations of compassion took place when she assisted to raise enough money for an indigent young girl with life-threatening scoliosis in Ghana. Nonetheless, she is an energetic hard worker who drives the direction of the foundation and oversees every activity of the Family Progress and Restoration Mission. As founder, she also develops and maintain beneficial relationships with supporters, collaborators, volunteers and stakeholders. She is fiercely passionate and among numerous interests, she retains a love for debating about contemporary social issues and current events.

Vera Amo Asamoah : Treasurer

Vera Amo Asamoah is the current treasurer for the Family Progress and Restoration mission. A diligent and goal-getter, Vera has always shown the attitude to remain unfazed in the face of adversity and discouragement as she pursues goals that are vital and fundamental to the success of FPARM.

Vera is a distinguished graduate of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) and holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree. In addition, she has a Higher National Diploma in Secretaryship and Management Studies from the Accra Technical University. Vera’s gregarious personality comes to fore in how she loves to work with and help people. She is a trained Counsellor at the ICGC Holy Ghost Temple and has remained with them in active service —in the Counsellor Department— till date, since 2007. Vera continues to use her skills to help bring joy and happiness to her society.

Ebenezer Amo Asamoah : Vice President

Ebenezer Amo Asamoah is the ebullient Vice President of the Family Progress and Restoration Mission. He studied business at the University of Maryland and subsequently launched several companies such as: Ameripark Corporation, United Global Express and LiftMax Incorporated. As an earnest businessman and integrity keeper, he was recognized as an Honorary Chairman and an esteemed recipient of the National Leadership Award by the Business Advisory Council in 2003.  He is presently a pastor at the Assemblies of God Church.

A devout family man, he has dedicated the better part of his time to mentoring, motivating and investing in people to grow financially by opening start-up businesses for them as well as encouraging them to grow spiritually.

Owusu Debrah : Secretary

Owusu Debrah, is a graduate of the Methodist University College, Ghana. He has a B.A degree in Psychology and is currently the Anniversary Committee Chairman for the 37th Anniversary of the Ghana Society for the Physically Disabled. He is also the Project Officer of the Center for Employment of Persons with Disability. As the current Secretary of the Family Progress and Restoration Mission. Owusu has a spirited personality and has always shown absolute commitment and superior capacity to perform in every organizational position he finds himself.

He is very humble to his background and has cited his experiences while growing up as major influence and motivation for his unquenchable thirst to make relevant impact in his immediate environment by helping the poor and needy. He enjoys the game of table tennis as much as anything and can often be seen playing with the underprivileged, bringing smiles upon their faces, during his leisure hours.

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