GIFEC-Afadzato South DCE donates Computers to improve ICT education

GIFEC in collaboration with the Afadjato South District Chief Executive, Hon. Lawyer Semanu Seneadza has donated ten (10) Computers and accessories including 10 UPS and headphones to the Golokuati Evangelical Presbyterian School to improve ICT education in the school.

At the brief but exciting donation ceremony were beaming pupils, teachers and head of the school who are the first school in the district to benefit from the gesture by the DCE and GIFEC.

The zonal manager of GIFEC Mr. Desmond Boateng at the ceremony encouraged the pupils to take good care of the computers and make good use of them.

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The Afadjato South District Chief Executive, Hon. Lawyer Semanu Seneadza during an interaction with the school children informed the children that, before today the district did not have an ICT lab that is modern enough.

Hon. Lawyer Semanu Seneadza
Hon. Lawyer Semanu Seneadza and some pupils trying their hands on the new computers
Hon. Lawyer Semanu Seneadza and staff of the School

He challenged the students to work hard to earn 100% at the BECE as well as lawyers and other professionals.

He promised to work hard to provide same for other schools whiles the district works to provide a strong internet facility and air condition for the ICT lab so that the computers can last longer. He also charged the school to use the computers well while ensuring the computers are kept safe to prevent them from been stolen.  He called on teachers to also be responsible in the safety of the computers.

The children had the chance to try their hands on the new facility while the DCE, Hon. Lawyer Semanu Seneadza interacted with the children during the moment.

The pupils beamed with endless smile and excitement as the facility was going to improve the practice aspect of their ICT lessons and make teaching and learning of Information Communication Technology fun and easy to comprehend.

It is hoped that, such collaborations and additional support from NGOs will come in quickly to help support other schools in the district.

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