A group of young Ghanaian ladies are changing the narratives that normally limit people with certain challenges from fully achieving their goals in life.

With the help of their parents, these models with autism are breaking down any barrier that will prevent them from becoming household names in the country through the runway. Autism is a brain disorder that affects the way people process regular information.

In a short clip released by BBC Africa, the young girls are seen demonstrating their passion by rehearsing constantly to perfect their walking skills on the runway. Their hard work has already started paying off with few awards and ambassadorial deals with Verna Mineral Water last year.

In 2017, We organized the ‘GLAM AFRICA BALL‘ together with ‘My Sisters Keeper’ in Ghana, valuable items were auctioned, proceeds were donated to the Autism Awareness Care and Training Centre (AACT) in Accra to show our love and care for them.

Click below to watch the clip.


Main Image Source: Verna Mineral Water

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