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GHC1.400 sanitation equipment for metro

2009-06-04 19:49:05
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Tamale Central
The Christian Children’s Fund of Canada (CCFC), an international child centered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) based in Tamale has presented quantities of sanitation equipment worth GH¢1,400.00 to some schools within the Tamale Metropolis in preparedness towards World Environment Day, which falls on Friday, June 5.

The equipment included wheel barrows, shovels and spades, dust bins, rakes, brooms and ceiling brushes, watering cans, and hoes and cutlasses, for use by the schools, to keep their environment clean.

The beneficiary schools are the St. Augustine’s Primary and Junior High Schools, Josonayili Islamic Primary and Junior High Schools, Kanvilli/Tuunayili Primary and Junior High, Gumani Methodist Primary and Junior High School and Kanvilli.

Mrs. Sanatu Nantogmah, Country Director of CCFC, in a speech read on her behalf, called for effective measures to address all forms of child abuse, so that they would live in an atmosphere conducive for their well fare.

She said combating climatic change was an issue confronting all nations and stressed the need for all individuals, government, corporate entities, youth groups, communities and the media to put long term measures in place to protect the depletion of the environment.

Madam Francisca Agbebo, Headmistress of St. Augustine’s R.C. Primary on behalf of the recipient schools said the CCFC had been giving academic assistance to its support schools and that meeting their environmental obligations would help address sanitation problems in schools.


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