A non-governmental organisation, Dream in Action Foundation (ADAF) has donated learning materials worth about GHc 2,000 to the Domsesere MA Primary School at Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo Region.
The Donation which took place on Tuesday at the school premises was part of the organization’s humanitarian activities dubbed “Donate for Education Project.”
An elated headmaster of the school, Mr John Dean said the donation was timely and will help boost teaching and learning in the school.
“I think this Donation by ADAF Ghana is a great one and is going to help most of the pupils here. With this donation, I believe those who are failing to turn up for school because of lack of learning materials will turn up.”
He also revealed that pupils of the school are forced to use benches, borrowed from a nearby prayer camp as desks for learning.
“We do not have furniture for pupils to sit on. We have been using church benches and it is a big challenge to us here.”
President of ADAF Ghana, Mr Peter K. Ania in an interview with Citi News, mentioned that his NGO seeks to help Communities like Domsesere value education better.
“We realized that when you go to the remote areas, parents and students do not know the essence of education. So we had to adopt the community and undertake this project to let them know that education is very important.”
Domsesere is a farming community in the Sunyani East Constituency.
By: Michael Tsatsu Axolu/citifmonline.com/Ghana