OLE Ghana Officially Marks The End Of Ghana Reads Pilot In Ga-West

Posted on April 12, 2015 | 0 comments

OLE Ghana Officially Marks The End Of Ghana Reads Pilot In Ga-West
To mark the end of the Ghana Reads pilot programme in Ga-West, OLE Ghana has at a small ceremony handed over the Ghana Reads Programme to the Ga-West Municipality. This was done to not only mark the end of the two-year pilot but to also ensure that the Ga-West Municipal office and education directorate as well as the schools take over the running, sustainability and expansion of the programme in the municipality.

Present at the handing over ceremony was the Ga-West Municipal Chief Executive, Hon.Samuel Attuquaye Quaye, The Ga-West Educational Director, Mr. Budu Asiedu, OLE Ghana Board Chairman, Prof. Jufus Anamoah-Mensah, Officials from NCRIBE and officials from the office of the Ga-West Education Directorate.

The Ga-West municipal office and Education directorate were each given a certificate to show that the programme took place in the municipality. The coaches were also each given a certificate to show appreciation for their help during the pilot phase of the Ghana reads programme as well as the schools which benefited from the progamme. The Ga-West Municipality were charged to take responsibility for the programme and ensure its sustainability and expansion. OLE Ghana promises to continue to give support to the schools even though technically the pilot phase of the programme has ended.

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