Mr Raphael McClare Asomey, Projects Officer of Savana Signatures with some personnel from the Ministry of Education and the Ghana Health Service educating the children on the Ebola disease at Savelugu

She told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) that more than 50 students were already benefiting.

The assistance package include the supply of school uniforms, bags, foot wear and computers.

Ms. Kabore-Saddique also spoke of the donation of desk top computers to four senior high schools (SHS) in the constituency – Osei Kyeretwie, Azariya Islamic, Uthamaniyah Islamic and Faith Assemblies of God.
She said it was her contribution to efforts at helping to promote education, to aid the youth to live their dreams.

She expressed discomfort with the high dropout rate and said she was determined to go to every length to reverse the trend.
Ms. Kabore-Saddique has been campaigning on education development and job creation.

Source: GNA/NewsGhana.com.gh

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