In the 2019, CoP spent GHS 2.7mil on educational scholarships.
2. In 2020, 74 street children, 298 drug addicts, 38 sex workers, 101 street dwellers and 48 others were put into trade, enrolled in schools, or given vocational and entrepreneurial skills.
3. In 2019-20, The Church handed over its multi-purpose facility, the Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC), to the Government of Ghana to be used as an isolation centre for persons infected with the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). This costed the Church over GHS GHS 39 mil during the period.
4. In 2020, The Church’s Headquarters supported needy members at the cost of GHS 23,920.50.
5. Aside these, the Areas, Districts and local Assemblies also supported the fight to the tune of about GHS5,412,653.20, in providing relief support to vulnerable members and non-members. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) were also provided to some public institutions.
6. The church spent GHS2,313,859.09 on health care support to members, at various levels of the Church in Ghana.
7. A total of 44 boreholes were drilled across the country
8. An amount of GHS1,300,000.00 was received from the National Innovation and Entrepreneurship Programme (NEIP) to support the training of about 3,500 youth in employable skills and 2,500 in ethical business management. As at December 2020, a total of 1,500 unemployed youths in the Church had been trained and provided with start-up support in Fashion, Catering, Electronics, and Dressmaking.
9. PENTSOS (Pentecost Social Services)initiated a community-based youth employment project dubbed “Enhancing Food Security and Job Opportunities through Sustainable Economic livelihoods”. Through this initiative, PENTSOS has set up a bakery project at Busunya in the Techiman Area of the Church to provide direct employment and train the youth in bread making.
10. To enhance food security and job opportunities among the youths in the northern regions, PENTSOS, in collaboration with the Bawku Area and the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA), organised training for 60 youths in dry season vegetable farming. Through Bawku Area, a 20-acre land has been acquired for 25 years for the establishment of an irrigation farm.
It is gratifying to note that in the year 2020, the Districts, Areas and Ministries in Ghana, together with the Headquarters, spent GHS3,669,464.97 to sponsor the educational pursuits of members of the Church at various levels.