A17-year-old teenager, Jeremiah has not been left out of the lives Joy Learning, Ghana’s first educational channel is impacting.
In the Joy Learning documentary written and produced by Irene Adubea Aning, Jeremiah, who is living with a disability expressed how his condition has not made life easy for him. Despite all the challenges, Jeremiah wants to have access to quality education.
As part of fulfilling The Multimedia Group’s Corporate Social Responsibility, Joy Learning presented to Jeremiah a television set, satellite dish, and Multi TV Digi-Box to aid his access to education from the comfort of his home.
In addition, Joy learning facilitators have been made available to aid Jeremiah in his studies when the need arises.
The Channel Lead for Joy Learning and representative of The Multimedia, Naana Yaa Boatemaa Asiedu, visited the home of Jeremiah where she noted that Jeremiah is entitled to education just like every other school-going child whether in the comfort of his home or at school.
On the Joy Learning Channel, stories such as that of Jeremiah are told to highlight challenges and circumstances that hinder several other young children across Ghana from accessing education.
Joy Learning is an educational channel that provides classroom learning experiences through the power of television and other media platforms to learners from basic 4 to senior high school in Ghana in the comfort of their homes.
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