Julius Nyeyere Tettey, project coordinator and the group Kloma Gbi, has been lauded for mobilising action and resources to construct a 3 unit JHS classroom block for the Kpong Presby JHS.
The Compassion International, an NGO operating in the Yilo Krobo municipality of Eastern region on December 1st, 2017 marked the World Aids Day under the theme, know your status, and seek early treatment. Speaking to the Director in charge, Mr. Jonas Appiah Kubi, he explained even though the day coincided with farmers day, it was important that, it collaborated with the regional health directorate and Ghana Aids Commission to observe the day due to the lack of motivation on the part of many to establish their HIV/AIDS status.
BMW Club -Ghana has in the first time donated relief items to Jehovah Rapha Orphanage Home at Suhum, as part of their efforts to reach out to orphans.
In December this year, “Hope Journey” a non-profit-making group of University graduates, with Christian background shall hold an event to put smiles on the faces of children at Addonkwanta in the Eastern Region.
Assemblyman and old student of Asuom Senior High School, Hon. Abrefa Busia has donated bags of cement and over 25 cubic tonnes of sand to aid authorities rebuild boys’ dormitory. The donation follows a recent inferno that razed down some rooms at the boys’ dormitory.
The government has pledged to give strong support to technical universities and polytechnics – to raise the quality of their training, to drive the nation’s industrialization.
Thousands of primary school teachers in Nigeria's northern Kaduna state are to be sacked after failing the exams they set for their six-year-old pupils. State governor Nasir El-Rufai said 21,780 teachers, two-thirds of the total, had failed to score 75% or higher on assessments given to pupils.
Municipal Chief Executive for Suhum, Hon. Margaret Darko has reiterated her commitment to build a new classroom block for pupils at Suhum-Abesim; after she was welcomed with the school’s dilapidated buildings.
It is often said that education is the key to success and the leading tool for developing the human resource capacity of every country. This accession that has encompassed every educational system in any country on the globe is no different from Ghana’s. However, although successive governments have in diverse ways tried one step or two in improving the country’s education, much attention has not been paid schools in the rural areas. A situation which has widen the gap between urban and rural school children in quality of education.
Krontihene of Adjena Tafoman in the Eastern Region of Ghana, Nana Ayimadu Brempong III has lauded the just initiated Free SHS educational policy and asked all Ghanaians to support with all their might. Nana disclosed his sentiments in a speech he delivered during this year’s Akwasidae festival on September 10. At the meeting with elders of Adjena Tafoman he called on all Ghanaian parents not to see Free Education system by the Akufo Addo government as an initiative for some section of the Ghanaian populace, but a project to bridge the gap between rich and needy students.
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