July 8, 2024


Ms Reina Seyena Abla Atsupi Denyo, a 16 year old second-year General Art student of Our Lady of Grace Senior High School, Mamponteng has donated learning materials worth GHS 7,000.00 to some selected Junior High Schools in two districts in the Ashanti Region. The items included mathematical sets, long rulers and pens.

Abrade D/A Junior High School and Mpobi D/A Junior High School were the two beneficiaries schools from the Afigya Kwabre South District. Fallahia Islamic Junior High School, the Mamponteng M/A Junior High School “A” and “B” and St Joseph the Worker R/C Junior High School were the other schools selected from the Kwabre East Municipality.

The items which were aimed at equipping the beneficiaries ahead of the forthcoming Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) slated for 8th July will benefit 450 pupils in the two districts. The project was rooted in kindness and driven by a desire to give back, support others and make a positive impact.

Ms. Denyo who spearheaded the project explained the purpose of the donation as an inspiration drawn from her institution’s motto – Knowledge, Morality, Service. The project was an opportunity to engage in community service fostering a sense of fulfilment and connection within the communities. She told the gatherered pupils that she has realized the need to support others in schools. She disclosed that teaching and learning materials are useful in education. Reina added that the day’s donation forms part of a personal project aimed at supporting pupils in deprived communities within and outside Kwabre East Municipality.

On his part, the headmaster of Our Lady of Grace Senior High School, Mamponteng, Rev. Fr. Sylvester Frimpong commended the project’s Lead for such efforts. Stressing that it was an opportunity for a deeper understanding of community challenges and opportunities. He then advised leaders in the beneficiary schools to assist the beneficiaries to use the materials for the purpose for which they were given.

Receiving the items, the Assistant Headteachers in the selected schools expressed their appreciation towards the donors. They commended the headmaster of Our Lady of Grace Senior High School, Mamponteng for nurturing such students.

For Reina and her colleagues, the project was the surest way of living the ideals and ethos enshrined in the school’s motto – the mindset of an engaging servitude in the form of community service. It was a moment for them to value togetherness and shared prosperity within their communities.



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