The Chief Executive (DCE) for Dormaa West District, Mr. Francis Kwadwo Oppong, has donated 550 dual desks to schools in the area.
The donation was made on behalf of President Akufo-Addo, who recognises the importance of quality education and aims to support schools in need.
The dual desks will significantly improve the learning environment for students in the district, as many of them previously had to share desks during classes.
With the new desks, the students will have a comfortable and conducive space to study, which will ultimately enhance focus and learning outcomes.
During the handover ceremony, the DCE expressed his delight at being able to contribute to the improvement of education in the district.
He emphasised that the government’s commitment to providing quality education for all Ghanaian children, and encouraged the students to take full advantage of the resources provided to them.
He also acknowledged the immense efforts of teachers and school administrators in ensuring the success of the district’s educational system.
He commended their dedication and hard work, highlighting the importance of collaboration between teachers, parents, and the community to create a supportive learning environment.
The desks were received by the District Education Director, Mr. Kwadwo Bofah.
He expressed the Directorate’s gratitude for the support, recognising its positive impact on the education of the district.
“The desks will not only improve comfort but also instill a sense of pride and ownership among the students, fostering a more positive attitude towards their studies,” he said.
The DCE assured the education directorate that the government would continue to prioritize education and work towards providing more resources to enhance learning in the district.
He encouraged the school authorities to make good use of the desks and ensure their proper maintenance for the benefit of future generations.
The donation of 550 dual desks by the DCE reflects the government’s commitment to equitable access to education and the improvement of infrastructure in schools across Ghana.
This gesture will undoubtedly contribute to the overall development of the district and the empowerment of its students through quality education.