Abene Methodist school receives computers from Bryan Acheampong Foundation volunteer

Nesi Laros, an Israeli Volunteer with Bryan Acheampong Foundation, has donated one desktop computer and a laptop to Abene Methodist primary school.

Mr Rockson Dutenya, head of volunteer support unit at the Foundation, who presented the computers on Thursday, January 24, 2018, said the gesture was aimed at promoting teaching and learning at the Abene Methodist school.

Miss Libby Down, education programme officer for Bryan Acheampong Foundation and volunteer support for Atlas volunteers accompanied Rockson to present the items on behalf of Nesi. She believes information technology plays an integral part in development and urged school children to take computer studies seriously.

Mr. James Afoakwa, headmaster of Abene Methodist school, commended the Foundation for its assistance and promised to use the computers for the benefit of the pupils.

He appealed to parents to take good care of their children and to provide them with their basic needs to motivate them to attend school regularly.

An Israelite, Nesi Laros, joined Bryan Acheampong Foundation through Atlas Volunteers in September 2018. He taught at Abene Methodist for a month before he left for his home country. Nesi has since kept in contact with the Foundation and continues to assist schools in deprived areas of the Kwahu East District.



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