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DANGME W: 12 schools get learning centres from coca-cola
Some twelve selected schools in the Greater Accra Region through the benevolence of the Coca-Cola African Foundation now have access to learning centres.
The beneficiary schools include Dodowa Presbyterian Basic A&B and Newtown D/A Basic Schools, St. Andrew Cluster of Basic Schools and Presbyterian Staff Cluster of Schools at Legon in Accra.
Others are Aburi Presbyterian Basic A& B Schools, Methodist and the Presbyterian College of Education Demonstration Primary Schools, St Anthony R/C Basic School at Achimota and the Peduase Methodist Basic School.
The schools also received television sets and DVD players and educational video library with more than 200 video segments.
Speaking at the handing over ceremony organized at Dodowa in the Dangme West District, Mr. Philippe Ayivor, the Coca-Cola Equatorial Africa Franchise’s Public Affairs and Communications Director, appealed to the government and the Ministry of Education to incorporate learning with visuals into the regular teacher development program and school curriculum.
He said that would ensure that impressive results from schools in many more public schools throughout the country would be achieved.
Mr. Aric Noboa, President of Discovery Channel Global Education Partnership (DCGEP), commended their funding partners, Coca-Cola Africa Foundation and John and Maureen Hendricks Charitable Foundation, for making the project possible.
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