To help improve education delivery and access in the Kwesimintsim constituency, the Government is constructing a Kindergarten block for the people of Mpatado. The project, which came about as a result of lobbying by the Member of Parliament for the area, Dr. Prince Hamid Armah, is being funded by the GETFUND.
Commenting on the Project, Dr. Prince Armah, who is also the Deputy Chair for the Education sub-committee of Parliament, said it is to ensure that children are encouraged to enrol in school at the right age. Construction of KG block at Mpatado – My contribution to encourage right-age enrollment in school, and offer a good foundation for our children,” he wrote in a statement sighted by westernghnews.com.
According to him, the project is expected to be completed by April next year, and will help the children of the area and adjoining communities to access school without having to walk. “When completed by April 2022, our 4-6 year olds in Mpatado and Adentem communities will not have to walk between 3 to 5km to access the public schools in the nearby communities namely Assakae and Anaji,” Dr. Armah stated.
Dr. Prince Hamid Armah expressed his gratitude to various stakeholders for their immense roles in ensuring that the project sees the light of day. Many thanks to GETFUND for coming to our aid, and putting a smile on the faces of the kids and parents in Mpatado and Adientem who for many decades have been denied a KG. The support of the Chief of Mpatado cannot be overemphasized,” he wrote.
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