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Business News of Tuesday, 16 April 2019

Source: EOP

GPHA donates 2,000 mathematics books to schools in northern Ghana

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The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) has donated a total of 2,000 core mathematics books to schools in Northern, Upper East and Upper West regions.

20 schools from the selected three regions of the North benefited from the donation.

Each school received 100 books out of the total 2,000 books donated by the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA).

The Deputy marketing and Corporate Affairs Manager of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA), Nana Esi Soderberg said the books will enhance learning of mathematics in the various schools and contribute to the development of Ghana.

She encouraged school authorities and teachers to continue to support students who are weak in mathematics.

Nana Esi Soderberg, however called on parents to assistance their wards both in school and at home.

She advised the students to put the books to good use and maintain them for younger generations to benefit from them.

The Northern Regional Deputy Director, Ghana Education Service, James Dabortah Zinkoatah encouraged the various schools to make good use of the books in order to enhance their West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE)Performance especially in mathematics.

He thanked the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) for the kind gesture and assured them that the books will be made available to the students anytime they needed it.

Mr.Zinkoatah however appealed for more of the books to enable other schools in the regions of the Northern part of the country to also benefit.

Heads of the beneficiary schools thanked GPHA for the donation.

They also appealed to other organizations to come to the aid of the Schools that are located in the northern region part of Ghana in sectors like water, infrastructure and other learning materials.

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