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World Vision Gh Organises Reading Festival at Odumase

World Vision Gh organises reading festival at Odumase | World Vision Ghana non governmental organization whose aim at improving the standard of living in our various communities in the country, has organised reading festival for about nineteen (19) community schools in Nkwanta South Municipality of the Volta region .

The festival which took place at Odumase a farming community in the Nkwanta south municipality brought so many dignitaries present including chiefs, elders assembly members and other stakeholders.

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Speaking at the program,the World Vision Education Project Officer Nkwanta Cluster, Mr Kennedy Amponsah Cheremeh stated that as part of world vision aimed at improving the standard of living and also improve quality education in our various communities, they have introduced another project called after school reading camp which they organise for both students and teachers on how to read the languages that they teach in the various schools across Ghana.

He said this is done to ensure that after school the children will be able to read in our various languages like they do in the foreign ones (English and French)

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The assembly man for Odumase electoral area, Hon David Kabuja Tawiah who was also at the program thanked world vision for bringing such an occasion to his electoral area because it will help children to go to school and also reduce high illiteracy rate and teenage pregnancy in Odumase community.

The students who received the awards for being the best readers in local dialect (Twi and ewe) shared their happiness and also urged their colleagues to take part in the reading camp which can prepare them for a better future

World Vision Gh Organises Reading Festival at Odumase

Story filed by: Patience Tawiah

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