The Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG) has donated 30 HP computers and accessories, and a laptop to the Presbyterian Senior High School at Anum in the Asuogyaman District in the Eastern Region.
The purpose of the donation was to enhance teaching and learning of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the school.
The Rev Dr. Godwin Nii Noi Odonkor, Clerk of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana on behalf of the Church presented the computers to the Headmaster of the school Rev Richard Asafo Agyei, in a short ceremony at the office of the PCG in Accra.
Presenting the computers to the headmaster, Rev Dr. Odonkor said the donation was in response to a request by the school when he (Clerk) visited the school recently and interacted with both the students and staff to know some of the challenges confronting the school.
He said PCG felt the burden of responsibility to help the school to become another enviable Presbyterian Senior High School in the country.
He disclosed that the Church was doing all it could to support its educational institutions especially SHS to become the preferred schools in Ghana.
The Rev Dr Odonkor expressed his desire that the school would continue to receive more support from the Church. He urged the school authorities to put the computers in good use
The Headmaster Rev Asafo Agyei, who received the items on behalf of the school thanked the Clerk and the entire Church for the computers and promised that they will be put to good use.
He expressed his gratitude to the Church and prayed for a more fruitful collaboration between the school and the Church.
Present at the ceremony was the Director of Education and General Manager of the Presbyterian Schools, Mrs. Rosamond Amoako-Appenteng.
Rev George Larbi
Public Relations Officer
Presbyterian Church of Ghana