Chirano Mines donates maths sets to all 7,000 BECE candidates in its catchment location – Canada Ghana Chamber of Commerce

Chirano Mines donates maths sets to all 7,000 BECE candidates in its catchment location

The Ghana Instruction Company (GES) has commended Chirano Gold Mines Confined for the Mine’s motivation to enhancing on the high-quality of schooling of communities in the catchment place.

The Assistance mentioned Chirano has exhibited exceptional support in the kind of infrastructure provision, cost-free tuition, provision of stationery among the many others, to really encourage teaching and mastering in localities.

The Head of Human Means for GES in Sefwi Wiawso, Mercy Danso Amoah, claimed Chirano Mines has positioned itself as a big stakeholder in educational development in the district with the design of nine universities, 5 ICT centres, trainer bungalows and science laboratories.

She was talking after Chirano Gold Mines donated mathematical sets to candidates sitting the Essential Instruction Certification Assessment, BECE in the Bibiani Anhwiaso Bekwai and Sefwi Wiawso Municipalities.

The Mine provided 7,000 mathematical sets to all BECE candidates in the two Municipalities.

Presenting the things, Human Source and Group Relations Supervisor of Chirano Gold Mines, Thomas Nyarko-Danquah mentioned the Mine prioritizes financial commitment in training and firmly thinks 1 of the instruments to greatly enhance the socio-economic perfectly-remaining of citizens in the catchment region, is the provision of high quality schooling.

He is hopeful that the provision the mathematical sets and other support furnished to the candidates in the course of their three-year JHS education and learning will inspire and inspire them to be productive in the BECE.

A trainer at Etwebo JHS Daniel Mensah, a person of the beneficiary colleges claimed the provision of the mathematical sets has lifted a load off several parents who are not able to afford to pay for stationery for their wards.

He noted some mom and dad struggled to give even pens for their wards.

“It is not that I want to shame anyone, but some of these college students occur from quite poor residences, there are quite a few scenarios in which we the trainer have experienced to by mathematical sets for the students devoid of own revenue prior to they are capable to create the BECE”, he mentioned.

Early in the 7 days, Chirano Gold Mines organised a mentorship session for the BECE candidates.

About 400 candidates from the instant catchment location were being divided into teams and mentored by workers who hail from their communities.

Deputy Director in Charge of Monitoring and Evaluation, GES, Bibiani-Anhwiaso-Bekwai, Mr Obeng Nyamekye, explained the system was a important raise to the morale of the candidates.

Talking to productive individuals in the Mine, who experienced humble beginnings from their very own communities, taught them that no subject how little they have commenced, they can succeed by having their schooling very seriously to development in everyday living.


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