Adesua Foundation Ghana has announced that they will continue to render their utmost support to the children of Asante Akyem Agogo as they study at home following school closures and various restrictions in the country to curtail the spread of the Covid-19.
Speaking at the maiden stakeholders consultative engagement of Adesua Foundation on the way forward for children in Agogo, Asante Akim in the covid-19 era, Adesuahene of Agogo traditional Area, Nana Frimpong Manso Adakabre, said the Foundation will collaborate with the District Education Directorate and other stakeholders to put measures in place to ensure that children continue to learn while at home.
“The Adesua Foundation in collaboration with the District Education Directorate to engage all other stakeholders in educational provision so as to bridge any gap that might have been created as a result of the covid-19 pandemic that has bedeviled the nation with Asante Akim North not being spared”.
He stated that the foundation will introduce a number of platforms, with more in development, to assist children in learning.
“Recent estimates show that only 25 percent of low-income countries are currently providing remote online and broadcast learning opportunities during these abnormal times. But a well-designed interactive radio instruction can be effective. Other states are working with civil-society organizations to deliver effective literacy and numeracy instruction via solar-powered offline tablets’.
He added that the foundation will use the information centers in various communities to produce learning content for children to learn.
Adesua Foundation Ghana is a registered NGO which seek to Promote and Provide Educational needs, promote Culture and Traditions in Schools, Promote Hygiene among students, Sanitation, Training and Mentorship