VRA Resettlement Trust Fund Cuts For A 2 -Unit Classroom Block Adjena D/A KG
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The Long cry of the good people of Adjena, a Resettlement Community in the Asuogyaman District for a modern place of studies for their KG which is currently housed in a dilapidated building was answered by the VRA Resettlement Trust Fund as they broke grounds on Wednesday 30th October, 2019 for the construction of 2-Unit Classroom block with ancillary facilities and furniture.
Members of the Town management Committee (TDC), cross section of the community, teachers, representatives from the District education Directorate and a team from the Asuogyaman District Assembly led by the District Chief executive, Hon. Samuel Kwame Agyekum welcome the delegation from the trust fund for the ceremony.
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His Worship Rtd. Emmanuel Nana Antwi Barimah, Board Chairman of VRA RTF in his address said this project has been treated as an emergency project since the trust fund don’t move to site during this times of the year but after seeing images of the existing structures they have to do everything possible to give the next generation a better place of studies since they are the future of the nation.
He continued to say that, VRA RTF has education at heart especially the Basic and for that reason they’re committed to continue to invest in the infrastructure improvement of the schools in their resettlement communities as he concluded by tasking the TDCs, Leadership of the Assemblies with Resettlement communities and the beneficiary schools to own the projects after handing over to them by practicing high standards of maintenance culture to protect the investments made by the Trust Fund.
Hon. Samuel Kwame Agyekum, DCE for Asuogyaman District Assembly after joining hands with the leadership of the VRA RTF to officially broke grounds for the construction of the Two hundred and Fifty One Thousand Ghana Cedis (251,000.00) modern edifice for his community used the opportunity to expressed his heart felt appreciation to the current leadership of the Trust Fund for the numerous supports given to his District within the Calendar year 2019 ranging from 6-Unit Teachers bungalow at Mphakadan, School Canteen at New Senchi and the newly handed over 3-Unit Classroom block with ancillary facilities at Apeguso. He said, Thank you VRA RTF.
The executive Director of the VRA RTF, Mr. Richard Twum Barimah Koranteng assured the gathering of the commitment of the current leadership of the VRA RTF to improve the standards of living in the resettlement communities as they working on several partnership agreements to support their efforts which will positively benefit the resettlers.