50 children in LA Apaapa see me junction receive exercise books

50 children in LA Apaapa see me junction receive exercise books

50 children in LA Apaapa see me junction receive exercise books

Fada Amakye presenting the books to some of the beneficiaries The
Father’s Foundation, an informal education organisation, over the weekend donated assorted exercise books worth about Gh₵‎ 1,000 to children within the La Dadekopon Constituency in the Greater Accra Region.

The books form part of the father’s foundation programme of boosting education and empowering children within the greater Accra areas to learn for a brighter future.

The exercise, done in collaboration with The Father’s Foundation saw about 100 children in Labadi Apaapa see me junction, LA Town ship and benefitting from the distribution of the books.

At a brief ceremony in Accra over the weekend, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of The Father’s Foundation, ( TFF )said about 250 books were supplied to the beneficiaries.

He said he outfit remained positive and committed to supporting the The Father’s Foundation to improve early grade reading and to offer inclusive refuge for under-resourced and under-privileged children to enhance their full potentials.

Fada Amakye noted that the idea of education was critically important, and underscored the need for parents within the coastal areas in the country to make education paramount to their wards in order to give them choices in life.

A journalist Fada Amakye the CEO of The Father’s Foundation,( TFF ) commended some individuals for supporting his outfit in its quest to provide hope for the underprivileged pupils and children within the Labadi Apaapa see me junction.

He said the books came as a great relief to the teachers and parents as well as the pupils as it will facilitate teaching and learning in their respective schools.

Fada Amakye indicated that the donation would enable the schoolchildren to be at par with their counterparts from well-resourced homes.

He, therefore, pledged his outfit’s commitment to developing a seamless education from basic to tertiary by removing barriers, while honing talents to raise professional footballers and musicians.

“I am planning to build recreational facility for children to read and engage in spotting activities because in this big area there is no such thing, even the children’s park is deteriorated,” Fada Amakye added.

Story by Fada Amakye

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