They comprise 156 dual desks, 32 round tables and 256 chairs, while the beneficiary schools include the Tolon District Assembly (D/A) Primary “A” and “B”, Tolon Model Primary and the Kunguri D/A Primary, Zali Primary.


BCDP, which is funded by the Christian Children’s Fund of Canada (CCFC), a child-centered NGO, also presented one motor ambulance to the Wantugu Community Clinic at Tolon to help improve health care delivery in the District.

Mr James Amadu Kinykib, a Partner Programmes Manager of BCDP, who presented the items, said it formed part of BCDP’s contribution to the efforts of the Government in ensuring quality education and health care delivery in the District.

Mr Kinykib said he was happy that the efforts of BCDP had helped to improve education at Wantugu where a pupil was selected for the Presidential Award in the 2015 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).

He gave the assurance that the BCDP, with support from CCFC, would continue to support health and education in the District.

These include the holding of extra classes for its BECE candidates, the provision of infrastructure in both health and education and the capacity building and logistics to ensure improved health care and education delivery.

Mr Abubakari Alhassan, who represented the Tolon District Assembly, received the items on behalf of the beneficiary institutions and thanked BDCP and CCFC for the support and appealed to other organisations to also go to their aid.

Mr Yussif Baba Iddrisu, the Director in-charge of Supervision at the Ghana Education Service in the Tolon District, pledged to put the items to good use to serve the purpose for which they were donated.

Source: GNA
By Albert Futukpor, GNA


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.