General News of Tuesday, 6 November 2018
Source: Africodia Foundation
With their aim of supporting the educational sector and improving the standard among Ghanaian schools, Africodia Foundation on Thursday donated educational items to Akpoma Model Primary School in Abokobi, a suburb of Accra in the capital of Ghana.
Led by president and founder of the foundation Moussa Touh, staff of the school and the student received the items which included books, pencils and drawing equipment with cheers.
Receiving the items, the head teacher of the school expressed gratitude to the leadership of Africodia Foundation for their gesture and called on other Non-Governmental Organizations to emulate the gesture and support institutions in their localities.
The NGO delivered 168 note books and 300 pencils and colored items to the school.
“We are very grateful to you for the items. These will go a long way towards helping the young ones to learn well. May God strengthen the foundation as you continue to help other institutions,” the headmaster said.
The President and Founder of Africodia Foundation who presented the items to the school called on the school authorities to ensure the items are put to the right use and pledged his support for the school on regular basis.
“Its our aim to support institutions like these in our communities and your school isn’t left out. Its our hope that the items are put to the right use as we look forward to making our support a regular act,” Moussa Touh noted.
Africodia Foundation is an NGO established in 2014 which is the forefront of youth development policy practice and research in the United states of America.
Africodia aims at helping the up coming young ones to achieve their goals.
The foundation does not only support educational institutions but also supports hospitals and communities with water challenges.