The children have high dreams,expectations and determination but lack schooling materials.
Through Princess Agbovo people of Siamekome were visited by the Cvco organization in collaboration with HDNP to educate the people on the importance of education and it's impact.
Health screening was done for everyone including adults to be able to identify the kind of illness that is affecting them and given medical care for improvement of their health and wellbeing.
The organization was able to donate schooling materials to the children of Siamekome which included school bags,note books, exercise books,pens, pencils eraser, Marshall, reading books, nose masks,hand sanitizer, clothes and foot wear for schooling.
As we all believe in the saying that, education is the key to success, and the saying if you educate a girl you educate the whole nation. That is why the organization encouraged parents to educate their wards for a smooth and brighter future.
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