Accra, April 11, GNA – Integration Foundation Charity, a United Kingdom-based organisation, has pledged support for the education and health sectors of Ghana’s economy.
The organisation intends to provide educational facilities and improved healthcare for deprived communities across the country.
A three-member delegation of the Charity outlined their motives towards the development of the country during a courtesy call on Comfort Doyoe Cudjoe-Ghansah, Minister of State in charge of Social and Allied Institutions.
Judith Appiah-Nti, Founder of the organisation said members have conducted feasibility studies in their targeted locations to provide the people with the requisite support.
On education, she said the Charity would construct libraries, provide education materials and recreational facilities for institutions in deprived communities.
Mary Esi Quainoo, a Mental Health Nurse and an Executive of the organisation said members would lend support to existing health facilities in needy areas as well as support the HIV and AIDS awareness campaigns in such communities.
On her part, the Minister commended the organisation for the initiative, which she said would play a vital role in raising the educational standards in rural communities, most of which have challenges with resources.
She said her outfit in collaboration with the Charity has spotted deprived areas and island communities to benefit from the gesture.