Monday, February 7, 2011
Ghana School Project GSP) a non-governmental organisation (NGO), has donated items worth GH¢31,200 to some schools, governmental departments, and health centres in the country.
The items, consisting 150 computers, tables and chairs, blackboards, sports clothing and wheelchairs, were donated to the Ga South Assembly yesterday in Accra.
According to the Chairman of the NGO, Mr. Sulley Paa Alidu, the GSP was aimed at improving the life of the people, and since it began operations in 2005, it has made remarkable achievements in the areas of education and health.
He stated that the GPS had noticed the difficulties some parents had in catering for the health needs of their children, for which the organisation has sponsored over 345 children for health care.
Mr. Alidu promised that the NGO had future plans to reach out to other Basic and Senior High Schools with more learning materials and computers.
The NGO has shown similar gestures to the Osu Children's Home, the Dzorwulu Special School, Adeiso Health Centre, Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, and other schools in the Eastern and the Central regions of the country.
The Municipal Chief Executive of the Ga South Assembly, Sharif Nii Otu Dodoo, who received the items on behalf of the pupils and teachers, thanked the GSP for the gesture.