Education

Mama Africa supports Final Year Students in Atwima Kwanwoma in A/R

 

Some schoolchildren in Ghana
A Non-Governmental Organization (NGO); Enliven Mama Africa has presented relief items including liquid hand sanitizers to schoolchildren in the Atwima Kwanwoma District aiming to prevent them from contracting Conoravirus (COVID-19) as schools will soon reopen for all final year students in Ghana.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for Enliven Mama Africa, Hon. Maxwell Donkor, during the presentation to the Local Assembly explained the need for why they have taken upon themselves to support the Government in fighting the Conoravirus( (COVID-19) pandemic.
“This pandemic and the havoc it has wrecked, no government in the world has all the wherewithal to fight this disease”, Hon. Maxwell Donkor pointed out during the presentation to the Atwima Kwanwoma District Assembly.
 

Some schoolchildren in Ghana
 
The District Coordinating Director, Madam Lois Ohene-Ayisi on behalf of the Assembly received the donation from the NGO expressing gratitude to Hon. Maxwell Donkor, who also doubles as the Assembly Member for the area.
“The DCE and all staff of the Assembly are grateful to you for this kind gesture. The government is doing her best, but we also appreciate what people like you are doing for our children who will soon be writing their final exams” the Coordinating Director emphasized.
Earlier, the President, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo announced the re-opening of schools and universities to allow final year students to begin classes in preparedness towards their respective final exams.
During his 10th televised address, the president said, “Indeed, final year university students are to report to their universities on 15th June; final year Senior High School (SHS 3) students, together with SHS 2 Gold Track students, will also report to school on 22nd June; and final-year Junior High School (JHS 3) students will report to school on 29th June, 2020.
He continued: “JHS 3 classes will comprise a maximum of thirty (30) students; SHS classes a maximum of twenty-five (25) students, and University lectures will take place with half the class sizes.”
Source: Kwabena Danso-Dapaah/Opemsuo.com

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