As part of effort to supplement the provision of learning materials for schools, CMG Empowerment Ghana has donated books to support ‘One Book, One Pen project’ introduced by B Y Foundation with the aim of providing learning materials for 10,000 students across the country
The book titled ‘How to study smarter for outstanding academic excellence’ is written by Daniel Owusu, Founder of CMG empowerment, connect career international, girls for change and turn up Africa Respectively.
The book provides insight on how to achieve academic excellence through studying, its gives in-depth knowledge on strategies for study.
According to CMG empowerment, the donation was made to complement the effort BY Foundation is making to provide learning materials for students across the country.
BY Foundation embarked ‘One Book, One Pen project’ to help deprived communities with learning materials. The project is targeted at students with poor backgrounds who cannot afford books.
The project has so far covered communities such as Abetenim, Tetekaso, Woraso, in the Ashanti Region, , sogakope in the volta region, some communities in the Western Region and in the Greater Accra Region.
Speaking after the donation, CEO of BY Foundation said he believes the books received will go a long way to help in putting smiles on the faces of rural pupils.
“The rationale behind the project is not just the name but the impact. The name of the project is ‘one book, one pen’ but we have provided more for individual students in the areas we have covered so far. It is our dream to provide learning materials to these students’ whose parents cannot afford them.” He said
“Sometimes when you visit the schools with these donations, the zeal and the happiness with which the kids receive the books even inspire me to do more.
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