Tigo Ghana provides more support to Street Library

November 18, 2012 21:571 comment

Ghana’s best telecommunication company TIGO has made another significant contribution to the work of Street Library, an initiative to bring books closer to Ghanaian children in rural deprived communities. The new support of Tents will help create a colorful and enjoying reading atmosphere in communities under the catchment of the program.

”In most communities, it is very difficult to find a location to run the library away from the scotching sun and with the beautiful durable tents, we will have no problem with rain or sun” said Hayford Siaw , President of Street Library. He expressed gratitude to Tigo Ghana for their continuous investment in Ghanaian children through organizations like his.

Tigo Ghana’s Brands Manager, Madam Linda Narh advised parents to make the education of their children a major priority and take significant interest in the educational needs of them. She further advised  the community to take advantage of the street library and encourage their children to participate. The presentation took place in the small village of Ahwerase in the Nsawam Adoagyiri Municipality of Eastern Region-Ghana.

 

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  • Kudakwashe Matizira

    Thank you Ghana for showing the whole world that every child is worthy to receive knowledge despite any geographical situation. This initiative will definitely improve community literacy. I wish a project like this can be implemented in my home area (Matamaba Community Library – Shurugwi Zimbabwe.)

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