NGO Donates Educational Items Worth GH¢20,000 to Zanlerigu Basic Schools; Headteachers Grateful
- NONGZOYA, a non-governmental organisation in Norway, has donated educational materials worth GH¢20,000 to basic schools in the Upper East Region
- The items included 2,200 books, 288 pieces of pencils, 14 boxes of pens, 100 boxes of markers, and others
- The headteacher of Zanlerigu Junior High School expressed gratitude to the NGO for the kind deed
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A Norway-based non-governmental organisation, NONGZOYA, has donated essential educational resources worth GHc20,000 to basic schools in the Upper East Region.
David Nagbila, the Local Coordinator of NONGZOYA, presented the items on behalf of the organisation to Zanlerigu Kindergarten (KG), Primary, and Junior High Schools in the Nabdam District.
Materials presented to the schools
The educational materials included 2, 200 books, 288 pieces of pencils, 14 boxes of pens, 100 boxes of markers, and others.
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Per Nagbila, the organisation donated the teaching and learning materials to ring out its commitment to making education attractive for learners, the GNA reported.
Grateful headteacher thankful
Cletus Abaa Asibi, the head teacher of Zanlerigu Junior High School, who received the materials together with the other headteachers, expressed gratitude to the NGO for the kind gesture.
The items would be used for good use as intended and community members must ensure accountability, he said.
Akufo-Addo, Bawumia Donate GH¢100,000 to Support Veterans and their Widows
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his Vice, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, donated GH¢100,000 to the Poppy Fund to support veterans and their widows.
The Fund was established by the Veterans Administration, Ghana (VAG) with the welfare of the veterans and their widows in mind.
The donation from the president and the vice president will support the completion of the veterans' clinic under construction at Amasaman in the Ga West Municipality of the Greater Accra Region.
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