Madam Murielle Maupoint, the Executive Director of Hope for Children presenting the teaching and learning materials to Mr Mohammed Awal, the Head Master of Nemton-Kurugu E/A primary.
Madam Murielle Maupoint, the Executive Director of Hope for Children presenting the teaching and learning materials to Mr Mohammed Awal, the Head Master of Nemton-Kurugu E/A primary.

Comic Relief funded the NGO for the procurement of the educational materials for distribution to improve quality basic education in the Savelugu-Nanton Municipality.

Madam Murielle Maupoint, the Executive Director of  Hope for Children presenting the teaching and learning materials to Mr Mohammed Awal, the Head Master of Nemton-Kurugu E/A primary.
Madam Murielle Maupoint, the Executive Director of
Hope for Children presenting the teaching and learning materials to Mr Mohammed Awal, the Head Master of Nemton-Kurugu E/A primary.
Madam Murielle Maupoint, the Executive Director of the NGO said called Childhood Regained to support 2,500 children at risk of dropping out of school to continue to receive quality formal education in the communities.

She said the project would also stop 1,200 children being engaged in exploitative labour and to enrol them in formal education to receive training skills.

Madam Maupoint advised teachers to make good use of the items to promote quality education in the community.

Mr Mohammed Awal, the Head Master of Nemton-Kurugu E/A Primary School, thanked the donors for the support.

Hope for Children is to combat exploitative child labour to help children stay in school by giving them a chance for a better future.

Source: GNA/News Ghana

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