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2022 HOPE REPORT
Five Years Of Keeping Faith With The Mandate Of
Empowering Young People Through Tennis
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Acknowledgement
Executive Summary
Mission
Objectives Of The Hope Performance Tennis Foundation
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  1. 1. 2022 HOPE REPORT Five Years Of Keeping Faith With The Mandate Of Empowering Young People Through Tennis
  2. 2. TableOfContent 1 Acknowledgement Executive Summary Mission Objectives Of The Hope Performance Tennis Foundation Message From The Founder And President Hope Tennis Clinic At 37 Climate Education And Advocacy Aba Liman, Representative Of Art Untold Message From The Director Of Tennis At The Atlanta Athletic Club ITF/CAT/GTF Award Message From The President Of The Ghana Tennis Federation Wheelchair Tennis Clinic And Distribution Of Tennis Equipment Henry Kwaku Nyanteh Larbi, National Coordinator - Ghana Wheelchair Tennis Accra Tennis Clinic At The Accra Sports Stadium Management Team Foundation Coaches Osu Mantse Courtesy Call Fundraising One Ballpoint Tournament Hope Tennis Clinic At Winneba Solidarity Messages Media Assets Volunteers 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 7 8 9 10 11 11 12 14-16 Board Of Directors 13 17-18 19-20 21 22 23 24-25 26 27 Contact 28 TableOfContent
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  7. 7. 6 It was soooooo colourful at the AMTEC Club at 37 where we hosted another tennis clinic. We are truly inspired by what we saw, the enthusiasm and drive demonstrated by these young people are admirable and a demonstration that the resources we invest in them are worth- while.
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  10. 10. The Ghana Tennis Federation (GTF) for the first time in history hosted the Confederation of African Tennis (CAT) Annual General Meeting, dinner and awards at the Accra city hotel from the 14th to 15th of October 2022 which turned out to be a historic event as well as a historic achievement to the credit of Ghana Tennis. Present at this all-important GTF/CAT/ITF dinner and awards were the International Tennis Federation (ITF) President David Haggerty, ITF Executive Director Luca Santilli, President of CAT Mr Tarak Cherif, CAT Vice President Mr Issa Mboup, General Manager of CAT Mr Hicheam Riani, GTF President Isaac Abe Duah, President of All Africa Games Organizing Committee, Dr Kwaku Ofosu Asare, President of Ghana Olympic Committee Mr Ben Nunoo Mensah, Board members of Ghana Tennis Federation and other important guests who graced the night. Among the individuals and organizations that were recognized and awarded for their contribution to the development of Ghana Tennis was Enock Godi, the founding President of Hope Performance Tennis. The Hope Foundation has been at the forefront of empowering young people through tennis by organizing tennis clinics, and tournament and distributing tennis rackets, strings, balls, shoes, grips as well as other essential tennis equipment that is needed to support the dream of young people discover and promote their talents in tennis. The Hope foundation continues to work to put young people at the front and centre of its initiatives and is constantly introducing innovations that create an atmosphere of fun, and promote education and important live values among young people whilst they learn they learn how to play tennis. This award is dedicated primarily to all the young people we serve and also to everyone who has supported the work of the foundation. ITF/CAT/GTFAward 9
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  12. 12. 11 HENRY KWAKU NYANTEH LARBI, National Coordinator - Ghana Wheelchair Tennis Collaborating with Hope Tennis Performance Foundation for 2 years now has gingered the development of Wheelchair Tennis in Ghana. The 2022 Hope Foundation wheelchair tennis training camp in Cape Coast equipped our wheelchair tennis players with the required skills and techniques to develop as professional players. The donated tennis rackets and balls will add up to the equipment each player needs to train as a professional player. We anticipate that Hope Foundation will support Ghana Wheelchair Tennis in preparing Team Ghana Wheelchair Tennis to participate in the first-ever Africa Para Games to be held in Accra 2023 which is a qualifier for Paris 2024 Paralympic Games.
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  14. 14. Board Of Directors Enock Godi Bagerbaseh Bukari Noah Warren Phremus Phillip Jude Mensh Cedric Dzelu Lynn Hughes Ganote 13
  15. 15. 14 CEDRIC DZELU, Executive Director It has been a humbling and rewarding experience for me to lead a dynamic team of young people to provide the kind of leadership that is needed in the modern age to drive a mandate that is very clear yet challenging as using tennis to empower young people for a better future. I sincerely owe all the success we have achieved as a founda- tion to all my team members and our donors who have voluntarily committed to coming on this journey with me. They all deserve to be celebrated uniquely GIOVANNI ADINYIRA, Head of Programs and Projects 2022 was a rewarding season for our Clinics and Regional tours. Winne- ba is always amazing, and the numbers and enthusiasm of the coach- es and participants is always a joy. This year the President of the Foun- dation graced the Cape Coast Wheelchair Clinic and it was very impactful. One key addition to this year's program was the addition of the current issue of Global Climate Change to our Accra Clinic and it is in line with one of our pillars of empowering the younger generation with relevant information. The Stadium Clinic did not fail to crown our activities in terms of the numbers and we were honoured to have in our midst the presence of the Osu Mantse HRM Teteete Nii Nortey Owuo IV, and his message to the young ones was ''Education and Sports should go hand in hand''. Cheers ABUBAKARI YAKUBU-LEA, General Tennis Operations The foundation program of taking the game of tennis to the grass- roots is undoubtedly changing lives. REUBEN CURLLY-WOODE, Operations Manager My experience for this year, the 2022 Hope foundation tennis clinic was great, the teamwork behind it from me and my colleagues. The skills, determination, dedication and sacrifices each and everyone is making for this foundation to make sure it goes higher and strong in the future are unimaginable. Management Team
  16. 16. 15 ILEANA JENNINGS, Administrative Assistant communication coordinator Enock's story touched my heart. He is passionate about his home country Ghana. He is as equally passionate about the positive influence tennis had on him. Enock knows his tennis ability is a God-given talent and he uses this gift to reach out to the youth in Ghana. He combines his abilities and beliefs to help the youth in his country develop their God-given abilities. Tennis is the vehicle he used to better his situation and he believes tennis can also be the vehicle to help others. It is my high honour and privilege to be associated, however minor, with Enock and his tremendous Hope Performance Tennis program. SAMUEL OKUADJO LARYEA, Logistics Officer It has been a great exercise and a great experience, especially this year and I'm always happy we're giving hope to young people through the game of tennis. JACOB NII LOMOTE KWAO LOMOTEY, Creative Designer The experience was great, for me to see the smiles on the children's faces as excited and happy about the hope tennis clinic 2022 program. SAMUEL NARH, Photography and Videography It was a very great experience being the photographer and the videogra- pher for Hope Foundation to see how happy the kids engaged themselves in the game of tennis. Through my camera, I could say they wish to have more of this clinic every time.
  17. 17. 16 BENJAMIN HAMMOND, Volunteer There have been numerous achievements this year and I am happy to associate myself with especially our gains in the wheelchair tennis program and the ITF/CAT/GTF Awards. HELEN HABERSTROH, Volunteer Head Pro Enock Godi, my coach, my friend, and my mentor. Coach Enock has made a profound impact and positive outlook on my life to accomplish goals I never believed would be possible. From the first day I stepped on the tennis court, Coach Enock has encouraged me to reach higher than I thought I could and to be unafraid of failure. I truly don't believe it would have been possible without him, and as I look ahead into my world of tennis, I will cherish every moment of advice he has taught me. I had the opportunity to serve as a committee member for one of his many fundraisers. The event raised over forty-three thousand dollars to help fund numerous clinics in five regions of Africa that will inspire hundreds of children and adolescents to develop not only athletic skills but life skills that will affect them in every aspect of their life for the rest of their life. Coach Enock has been and continues to be an excellent role model to me, tennis players of all ages, and the people in West Africa. I will forever be grateful to Coach Enock as he has always gone above and beyond in every aspect of his life from his training, coaching, family, and his Christian faith. Atlanta Athletic Club is very fortunate to have Coach Enock, the recipient of the Continuous Contribution to Tennis Development in Ghana, an international professional tennis player, head coach, and compassionate humanitarian. Thank you, Coach Enock, for your God-given wisdom and patience as a saint.
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  20. 20. 19 The leadership of the foundation led by the President of the foundation Enock Godi and the Executive Director, Cedric Dzelu paid a courtesy call on the Chief of Osu His Royal Majesty, Teteete Nii Nortey Owuo IV to officially inform him about the work of the foundation and to broker partnership aimed at integrating traditional leadership and cultural values into the work of the foundation and to empower young people. The team was well received by the distinguished Chief and was accorded royal courtesies. It is worthy of note to put on record that the Chief, who is a former tennis player is highly willing to support the work of the foundation in the traditional area, he also admonished the leadership of the foundation to always make it a mandate to promote education alongside sports development among children for wholistic childhood development.
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  28. 28. 27 The work of the foundation is primarily driven by volunteers and their unbending com- mitment to ensuring that the next generation gets a shot at success. We are happy to report that the number of volunteers who dedicated themselves to our work keeps on increasing and provides us with an enormous human resource to be able to handle the increasing numbers of young people at our event and to be able to provide a quality program to achieve our mandate. A Big Ayeekooooo to all the volunteers, from Atlanta to Ghana who have been the shoulders upon which our initiatives and impact are deliv - ered. On behalf of all the young people, we say God Bless you all. Volunteers
  29. 29. 29 CONTACT Let's hear from you: HOPE PERFORMANCE TENNIS Inc. 1861 Briarcliff Cir, Atlanta, GA 30329 hpt.accra@gmail.com Tel; +16786025373/+233245888907/+233545754837 Hope Performance Tennis Hope Performance Tennis Hope Performance Tennis www.hopeperformancetennis.org 28
  30. 30. Empowering The Next Generation Through The Game Of Tennis

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