MTN Foundation Supports Dr. Saunders Community School
As part of MTN foundation’s effort to help in providing quality education to the school going children in the country the foundation has supported Dr. Saunders Community School at Kintampo in the Brong Ahafo Region with six unit school block and Information Communication Centre(ICT) at the cost of GHc244,349.41
The project includes six classrooms, office for the school head, store room and 20-seater ICT learning centre.
Commissioning the project at Kintampo in the Brong Ahafo Region, MR. JAMES BUKARI BASINTALE, MTN MANAGER NORTHERN BUSINESS DISTRICT, was convinced that the provision of quality education was an essential step towards the socio-economic development of the country and that was why MTN planned to help the government in that sector.
He stated that education was one of the effective way inwhich positive attitudes could be install in young ones and also helped to develop the skills of people to enable them make meaningful impact in their societies.
The Manager disclosed that the foundation would continue to support national efforts in bringing quality education to school children.
He urged the youth of Kintampo and the pupils of the school, to take advantage of the facility to develop the talents.
MR. JAMES BUKARI BASINTALE entreated the puipls to take their studies seriously to enable them achieve whatever they set their mind for.
He also encouraged parents and guardians to enroll their wards in the school then that it had a more enabling environment for effective learning.
Mr.Engelbert Prosper Sracoo, Kintampo North Municipal Director of Education, commended the managers of the foundation for coming to the aid of the puipls .
He also commended the leaders of the Kintampo community youth Development Foundation (CYDEF) for sending the community’s need of additional classroom block to the notice of the MTN Foundation for support.
Before the MTN support ,the Saunders Community School held classes under trees for some of their 1,330 pupils after the school had its roof ripped off by a rainstorm about some months ago. As a result the pupils had to carry furniture to and from home.
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