FTF Ghana supports underprivileged students with learning materials

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For The Future Ghana (FTF Ghana), a charity organization has donated over 350 goody-filled school bags to the Atobrinya and Huapa D/A Basic Schools located in Shai-Osudoku Municipality in the Greater Accra Region.

Through its “Share Aid” initiative, FTF Ghana partnered with UK-based Charity organisation; SchoolInABag and TrashyBags Africa, sponsored by Wiley’s Finest to distribute learning materials to students in underprivileged schools to improve their learning experience.

The school bags distributed contained exercise books, pencil cases, pens, pencils, nose masks, face towels, water bottles, cakes of soap, toothbrushes, toothpastes, hygiene kits, among other items.

FTF Ghana supports underprivileged students with learning materials

Miss Kezia Asiedua Sanie, Founder of FTF Ghana, speaking at the presentation ceremony noted that her outfit back in 2021 identified the dreadful state of education in the area, especially with inadequate stationery and other learning material for the pupils.

“The ‘ShareAid’ initiative by FTF Ghana seeks to distribute learning materials to students in underprivileged schools to improve their learning experience and the quality of education they receive.“

“So we identified various educational challenges confronting the schools and through the sponsorship from Wiley’s Finest UK in partnership with SchoolInABag, we finally made this donation to the school children to put a smile on their face as they undertake their learning activities.“

Nene Amankralo Ananigsomeh IV, Mankralo of Osudoku expressed his immense gratitude to the organisation and its sponsors for their kind gesture.

FTF Ghana supports underprivileged students with learning materials

The Chief said that the furnished school bags and hygiene kits would improve the educational experience of the school children as well as their personal hygiene in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The ‘SchoolInABag’ charity has funded over 129,000 school bags across 51 countries worldwide with over 5,000 of these being handed out in Ghana alone. The organisation collaborates with Trashy Bags Africa to make the schoolbags from recycled water sachets and fill them up for distribution

Back in 2021, For The Future Ghana partnered for the first time with SchoolInABag and TrashyBags Africa under the ShareAid initiative to distribute over 100 goody-filled school bags to the students of Bomigo M/A Basic School in Keta in the Volta Region, an event sponsored by Bel – Aqua Company and Blow Group Ltd.

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