Atwima Kwanwoma District: NGOs support students in ICT education

Atwima Kwanwoma District: NGOs support students in ICT education

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Golda, Sargon and Sewor, a Non governmental organizations based in United States of America has supported Kwanwoma D/A JHS and Aboabo Kesse D/A JHS in information, communication and technology education.

The three organizations have supported over 175 students within two schools who has gone through the ICT training in order to compete with schools in the cities who during their BECE Examination.

The beneficiary communities include Kwanwoma and Aboabo Kesse all in the Atwima Kwanwoma District.

The NGOs is planning to provide computers to some schools within the district to boost the confidence of students in the ICT training.

The Country Director Golda, Sargon and Sewor, Mrs Adwoa Adepa in an interview with the Media made it clear that, it is not possible to fight poverty without given attention to quality education. She, however, expressed worry about the way the country’s educational system has become so much politicized leading to frustration of innocent children and parents whenever there is a change in government.

She therefore, called on the government, civil society organizations, media houses to call for a national policy which will govern the country’s educational system and not any political parties manifesto.

Madam Adepa entreated all to ensure there is quality education. She saw most of the rural children as very smart who have great potentials but because of the lack of practical aspect of the ICT, the children end up failing in their final exams.

She expressed gratitude to the three organizations for their support and assured them of doing their best to help the students to acquired more knowledge in the ICT so that their money will not be wasted.

Some of students who benefits from the training also thanked the three organizations for their support and urged them to do more to support education in the rural areas.

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By Akwadaa Nyame@Silverfm

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