Annoh-Dompreh secures educational material for voters


General information for Sunday, October 31, 2021

Source: peacefmonline.com

2021-10-31

Frank Annoh Dompreh inspecting some of the books

Chief Majority Whip and Member of Parliament for Nsawam / Adoagyiri in the Eastern Region, Frank Annoh Dompreh has secured 70,000 stationery books, 20 laptops and 20 desktops to improve teaching and learning in his constituency.

The MP, whose constituency recently surpassed BECE scores in the region last month, held talks with a world-renowned charity known as Books2Africa to source the stationery that is shipped to Ghana.

The Majority Chief Whip visited the organization’s office to learn about their operations and also appealed for books for schools and libraries across the country as well as for his constituency.

Nsawam Adoagyiri MP recently funded a project to help final year middle school students take advantage of free extra lessons.

The initiative is part of his ultimate dream of making the constituency the number one basic education in the country.

Besides the additional tuition fees, Mr. Annoh-Dompreh distributed 2,500 pieces of storybooks, notebooks and nasal masks to 10 elementary schools in the constituency a few months ago.

According to the deputy, he decided to support the schools in his constituency so that the region goes from the status of best municipality in the region at BECE 2020 to that of best national municipality at the next BECE 2021.

He referred to the establishment of a control mechanism to ensure that the books given to them are put to good use.

He said serious literacy advocacy is being carried out in the constituency by himself and other stakeholders to help improve academic performance in basic schools.

The Chief Majority Whip noted that the stationery expected to be delivered very soon will be distributed to schools before the end of this school year.


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