A Non-Governmental Organisation, NGO dubbed Dad-Inn Memorian Foundation, DIMF has donated a number of learning materials to students/pupils who are youth group members of “I Am Miracle Ministry International” at Cantonment in Accra.
The Administrator of Dad-Inn Memorian Foundation, Fred Agbobli presented the learning materials – books, pens, pencils amongst many other materials to these students of various levels through the overseer of the church, Pastor Andrew Kwame Preprah.
The short ceremony which took place at the church premises was to offer support to the students to help ease financial burden on their parents prior to the reopening of schools.
The Government asked students all levels including those St the JHS and primary school to return home following the fast manner the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic was spreading and they stayed at home for close to one year.
The Administrator of Dad-Inn Memorian Foundation, Mr. Agbobli who pesented the items to Pastor Kwame Peprah reiterated that the donates of the items to help reduce the financial burden some parents go through anytime schools reopen and the needed to buy many things to prepare their wards for school.
Mr. Agbobli appealed to the students/pupils to learn hard to ensure the efforts of their parents are not in vain, especially in this difficult times.
In an interview with National Tymes, he said the core objective of the Dad-Inn Memorian Foundation is geared towards Women’s and Children’s Rights with regards to women’s reproductive Health.
The DIMF Administrator also hinted that Economic Empowerment and Children’s Education in the rural and peri-urban areas are part of the responsibility of the NGO.
According to him, the DIMF targets especially primary school children and those in JHS. Mr. Agbobli lamented the COVID-19 pandemic had thwarted their lined up activities slated.
He explained the NGO has lined up various activities prepared to undertake and include donations to some selected schools at the Ga-Dagme areas in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.