As I Grow, a Non-Governmental Organisation has donated educational materials worth GH₵4000 to the Miawani D/A primary school at Suhum in the Eastern Region.

 The educational materials included Whiteboards, branded exercise books,my first copy, my second copy, third copy books, pencils, erasers, markers and white board dusters, pens, hand washing soaps and bowls, playing materials, volleyballs and footalls, and citation to the teacher who has been there for over 20 years.

 Nana Debrah Bekoe, the executive director of the NGO speaking during the donation noted this is among many of such exercises they have been doing since the Organization came to existence in 2012.

 “ We have been doing this kind of donation exercises for this whiile. Our purpose is to bring liberation to persons and places deprived of basic infrastructure and amenities to empower them to help them cope with the current changes the world” Nana Debrah said.

 He however revealed that with the needed financial and material support from the public, they can reach out to many deprived areas.

 “We wish to expand our wings to reach out to many people and places but we are most often crippled by funds and other resources, we will therefore call on companies, groups and individual philanthropists to lend us a helping hand and we can change many lives” he hinted out.

 Nana Yaw Darko, the Odikro of Miawani receiving the items on behalf of both the school and community expressed their profound gratitude to As I Grow and called on other groups who have such gestures to reach out to them .

Nana Debrah Bekoe drinking from their source of water 

 “May God really shine his light onto As I Grow for this wonderful donations. Wee are very grateful but as Oliver Twist will always ask for more, we are calling on all persons to come and rescue us from our deplorable state. We don't have a hygienic potable water, again our road network very poor and it even deters investors to come here, I therefore call on the Government as well to come construct our road for us” Nana Yaw Darko pleaded.

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