Comfort Aveyo is an amazing woman! She is a loving, caring mother of two and serves as the housemothÂer of our children in the Asikuma Mission Center. Comfort has received training and been awarded a certificate through the Department of Social Welfare in Ghana. We were first connected to Comfort when the Sullivan family pursued the adoption of their now two daughters. With over eight years of social work experience and a personal mission similar to that of our organization, we knew that having Comfort on our international team was a necessity. Proverbs 31:25-26 describes her perfectly; â€œShe is clothed with strength and dignity; she can laugh at the days to come. She speaks with wisdom, and faithful instruction is on her toungeâ€. Being with children can be intimidating sometimes, especially if they are not of your bloodline. The rejected, the outcast, and the vulnerable are sent to Comfort and she nourishes them to be a good instrument for the society. EveryÂone who knows Comfort can testify she is a blessing to both the children and Kingdom Cares International.