By kind courtesy of OFIE-Direct, the UK’s most reliable door-door shipping company one of REACT’s university student’s in Ghana receives his box for the semester

In the box were clothes, provisions, hygiene products and a laptop which he requested to help with his

Computer Science Engineering course at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST.

Earlier this year, Akwetey after, first semester at school came to REACT with his “expected” numerous challenges on
campus as a disabled student and the most concerning on the list was going without food at times due to lack funds. He also
said he sits idle during practical sessions of the course because he had no laptop while his fellow students with laptops build 

up their knowledge to his disadvantage.

REACT Trustees shifted into gear as always and launched a flash appeal to address his concerns and through the generous donations 

from our supporters REACT not only secured him his laptop but also have a long term plan in place to ensure his food security 

whiles on the course.

REACT’s IT program manager Stephen K Yeboah made the presentation to Akwetey on campus. Receiving the donation,
Akwetey couldn’t hide his delight but expressed his gratitude to REACT and our donors without whom his dream of attending 

university would not have become a reality.


Video and pictures by Stephen K Yeboah

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