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NGO Supports Schools With Teaching and Learning Materials

Shared Blessing Alliance, a non-profit organization that seek for well-being of children in deprived communities, has extend it helping hands to Hini, a farming community in Central region, to present teaching and learning materials (Dictionary, pens, pencils, school bags, exercise books), and face masks to students and teachers in the community.

Mr Isaac Ewuah Mensah, Executive Director of Shared Blessing Alliance, said, mostly children found in the remote areas do not get access to quality education, and lacks learning materials that’s why, his esteem organization is devoting it resources to address such challenges.

He said, it’s their dream to move across the country to support less privileged children, finding it difficult to achieve their dream so they needed support from government and private entities, either in cash or materials to enable make the wish come reality.

receiving the items ,the headmaster, staffs and pupils of the school thanked shared Blessing Alliance for their kind gesture.

The headmaster seized the opportunity to appeal to other individuals and corporate institution’s to come to the aid of the school to enhance quality education in the area.

Story By: Davis Addai (Amisty) Wontumi media Communications

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