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US Organizations fund US$150,000 pre-school project

Kumasi, A US$150,000 pre-school built at Anwomaso, in Kumasi, has been inaugurated with a call to parents to prioritize children’s education.

The Reverend Samuel Odarno, West Africa Organizer of the Trinity Foundation Ministry, said they should do everything to ensure that they were provided all their school needs.

He indicated that education was the best investment they could think of for their children.

The project was jointly funded by the Global Servants, Free Chapel Church and Kingdom Connections � all based in the United States (US).

It is made up of a crAche, nursery and kindergarten, and comes with washrooms, science laboratory, staff room, an office and auditorium.

To be known as Katie Franklin Educational Centre, it would be operated by the Trinity Foundation Ministry.

The Rev Odarno said the goal was to provide children with strong education foundation and good character training for a successful life.

They were eager to help children to be God-fearing, something, he said was critical to the nation’s progress.

The Rev Travis Rutland, African Director for Global Servants, said they were committed to the development of education in the continent because it was the way forward for economic advancement.

They would continue to be associated with the effort to ensure that there was access to education and there was also quality

In addition to education they had also been providing communities across the country with health, water and sanitation facilities.

Source: Ghana News Agency

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