District Chief Executive (DCE) of North Dayi. Edmond Kudjoh Attah inspects new facility.
The Volta River Authority (VRA) Resettlement Trust Fund has produced a fashionable E-library to boost instructing and studying at Tsoxor in the Volta region.
This is in reaction to various appeals by the inhabitants for a mastering facility.
The e-library was built within a 3-thirty day period time period immediately after Edmond Kudjoh Attah, the North Dayi District Chief Government contacted the Have faith in Fund for help.
At the handing in excess of ceremony for the facility, the people expressed joy and mentioned that the progress would go a extended way in helping not only college students and academics but the overall local community.
“This is the biggest information we have had in a number of many years but like the Oliver Twist, we want extra of this,” a resident stated.
Mr Kudjoh Attah urged teachers and mother and father to undertake the tradition of upkeep in buy to lengthen the lifespan of the facility.
He encouraged the lecturers to acquire benefit of the opportunity to increase on their awareness in particular in employing ICT as a contemporary discovering support.
Mr Attah also termed on pupils to make the most of the facility to empower them to contend with the ‘big schools’ in other pieces of the nation.
“The NPP led federal government has taken up the load of parents in regards to college expenses, lunch and numerous much more and all the President requires of you learners is to examine tricky and make the President and your parents happy,” he urged.
The DCE commended the contractor for an excellent position finished.
Senior Technological Officer of VRA Resettlement Rely on Fund, Mr Anthony Agblevor explained the facility is the initial to be developed among the the 52 communities below the VRA Trust Fund.
He considered that the facility would help the college student use the equipment that Information and Communications Technological innovation (ICT) introduced to enhance its lessons.
“Now that there has been the introduction of ICT, it would assist the neighborhood to up grade its ICT classes,” Mr Agblevor mentioned
At the celebration, Mr Agblevor exposed that the Have confidence in Fund will be constructing equivalent tasks in all the 52 communities less than the VRA resettlement rely on fund.
The headmaster of the school, Raymond Kogbe observed the difficulties the university had had with teaching ICT devoid of an e-library.
“Most occasions, it’s challenging for my teachers to even educate and at times would have to draw some sensible gurus on the board for students to fully grasp,” Mr Kogbe lamented.
Some last 12 months learners planning for their exit exams also shared how the facility will enable them with their studies.
“I am extremely happy about the facility which would allow us the remaining a long time to compose effectively and appear out with excellent outcomes in ICT, ” 1 BECE prospect explained.
In the meantime, identical amenities initiated by the District Main Govt, Edmond Kudjoh Attah have been created in 4 other communities by the Ghana Integrated Fund for Electronic Conversation ( GIFEC).