Cargill’s cocoa, chocolate Ghana project support business with books for Africa to provide more than 100, 000 books education schools Ghana.

The project is estimated to be $77,250, said Cargill adding 13 April 2012 law “especially in the textbooks and selected specifically to support local schools curriculums.

The books will be distributed among the local schools btma.

The company said the donation will help promote literacy in Ghana as primary local 27 elementary schools will be provided with much needed educational resources.

“We are very happy to support such a worthwhile project, providing key education resources in our schools, the local cocoa” Kojo Amoo-Gottfried, Director of administration, Ghana Cargill was quoted as saying.

By Ekow Quandzie

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