Dezmond: Ghanaian rural teacher donates PPEs to his school against Covid-19

Dezmond: Ghanaian rural teacher donates PPEs to his school against Covid-19

- A teacher in the Kassena Nankana Municipality in the Upper East Region called Dezmond has donated PPEs to his school

- The Naaga Primary School teacher personally handed 500 face shields, nose masks, and hand sanitisers to protect the school against Covid-19

- Dezmond shared inspiring photos of the donation on his social media

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Dezmond, a teacher at the Naaga Primary School in the Kassena Nankana Municipality in the Upper East Region, has donated 500 face shields, nose masks, and hand sanitisers to his school.

Dezmond's gesture comes amid delays in providing schools with PPEs to protect teachers and pupils against Covid-19 as basic schools in the country reopen.

In a post on social media, Dezmond disclosed that he used his resources to purchase and distribute 500 face shields and nose masks, and hand sanitisers to his school.

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Dezmond: Ghanaian rural teacher donates PPEs to his school against Covid-19

A teacher in the Kassena Nankana Municipality in the Upper East Region named Dezmond has donated 500 face shields, nose masks, and hand sanitizers to his school. Image: @crabbimedia
Source: Instagram

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''TODAY, I donated 500 FACE SHIELD S, Nose mask, and Hand sanitizers to the school I TEACH. Not much but it's my own little way to help my school. For in their safety, will I be safe too. '' his post read.

Dezmond is a trained teacher from the Tamale College of Education, where he studied Science and Mathematics.

The native of Navrongo who lives in Navrongo is also a Freelancer at Fiverr and Lead Front End Developer at Dezcodes.

In a similar news, Nana Kojo Butler, a teacher at the Nsadwir M/A Basic School, has reportedly used his teacher's allowance to give his classroom a facelift.

At a time when many around the world are struggling with economic hardships due to the troubling coronavirus pandemic, Butler has become a glittering example of benevolence.

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Butler reportedly used his allowance to purchase paint to give his classroom a colourful facelift as schools in the country reopen for studies to commence.

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Source: Yen News

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