First Lady commission’s library at Dambai

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The Rebecca Foundation has commissioned a the library within the Lapas cluster of schools in Dambai in the Krachi East Municipality of the Oti region.

This is part of an initiative being undertaken by the foundation to provide some communities, with an ultra-modern library facility stocked with books on varied subjects as well as computers and internet facilities to enable pupils and teachers to engage in informative and educational internet-based research.

First Lady hands over library to Sekyere Kumawu District Assembly in the Ashanti Region.

The head of the Ghana Library Authority (GLA) in the Oti Region, Ebenezer Guy Amartefio, expressed the Authority’s deepest appreciation to the Rebecca Foundation for helping the Ghana Library Authority (GLA), and the Ghana Education Service (GES), to increase access to library facilities to schoolchildren across the country.

This is just the beginning of good things to come from other benefactors waiting to follow suit for the development of the new Region.

Newstodaygh.com hereby sees this kind gesture by the Foundation as a very welcome Easter present to the community and to the brand new Oti Region as a whole.

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