REACT DONATES TO NKAWKAW ST. JOHN’S R/C BASIC SCHOOL IN GHANA

REACT Humanitarian Network (REACT) has donated hundreds of reading books as gift to the St John’s Roman Catholic Basic School, at Nkawkaw, in the Eastern Region of Ghana. The donation was geared towards improving the academic and socio-economic development of the pupils; and, also to enhance the teaching and learning resources of the school.

Mr Benjamin Ohene Boamah, presented the books on behalf of REACT to the school on 12th July 2021 and urged  the authorities to use them in promoting the educational needs of the pupils.  The Headteacher of the school, Mr Djan Odomankoma, received the books on behalf of the school and expressed profound gratitude to REACT and its various donors for the immense gift. Mr Odomankoma also pledged his determination to work with his fellow teachers, to ensure that the books are used professionally to educate the pupils for the challenges of the 21st century.

St John’s R/C Basic  School was selected by a Trustee Dr Felix Kofi Ofori as part of REACT’s book Support project, launched in 2020 to support 60 under resourced schools in some of the most vulnerable communities in Ghana by 2022.

 Dr Ofori said  REACT’s objective is  to support the educational and social welfare needs of disabled children in the remotest parts of Ghana; and, it is within this spirit that this book donation has been extended to the St John’s school.

Story by: Dr. Felix Nana Kofi Ofori, Trustee.

 

 

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