Access Bank Staff jubilating over the Bank of the Year 2013 Award.

School for Life (SfL), a Tamale-based non-governmental organization working in the area of education, has awarded its hardworking staff as means of energizing its employees to give off their best to ensure improved service delivery.Access Bank Staff jubilating over the Bank of the Year 2013 Award.

The awards were also to avoid attrition of staff to other organizations so as to maintain experienced staff to undertake its activities.

In all, three staff members, who distinguished themselves during the year, were awarded with refrigerators each and piece of smocks at a ceremony in Tamale.

Mr Hussein Haruna, Chairman of the Technical Committee of SfL, said the organization was moving into a new era, which required doing things differently hence the institution of the awards to motivate staff ?to die more for the organization.?

Mr Haruna urged staff of SfL to be aggressive and innovative in whatever they did to ensure that the organization achieved maximum results.

Alhaji Sulemana Osman Saaka, Programmes Manager of SfL said in recent times, the organization lost a lot of its experienced staff to other competitors and expressed the hope that the awards, which were instituted for the first time, would help staff to keep faith with the organization.

Mr Isaac Imoro Dramani, East Gonja District Coordinator of SfL, one of the awardees who spoke on behalf of other awardees, thanked Management for the recognition saying it would spur them on to do more for greater results.

SfL works to strengthen civil society’s role in improving access to relevant quality education by functioning as lead organization in delivering, demonstrating and advocating for mother-tongue based complementary basic education in underserved areas of the country.



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