Sedarvp Ghana which drives for positive change through community engagement, undertakes a duo program with parents and children on the essence of child education and donates used clothes to disabled and needy parents in the Nyankpala community of the Tolon district, on the 28th   of January, 2023.

Before the program started, staff of Sedarvp Ghana was introduced to participants, who were mainly disabled parents, school children, community members, representative of the Assemblyman, Mr. Abubakar Alhassan and the Chairman for Disability group, Nyankpala community, The program began with an introductory remark by members of Sedarvp Ghana, Mr. Yussif Ismail and Ms. Huda, who outlined the goals and objectives of Sedarvp Ghana, a Non-Profit Organization in the Tamale Metro

The Women Empowerment Coordinator, Sedarvp Ghana, Madam Hibatullah Sulemana and the Director of Programs/Monitoring and Evaluation, Mr. Yussif Abubakari, sensitized participants on the essence of education. Children are bedrock of the future therefor, parents should strive to enroll their wards in school, taking best care of them in whatever way they can, for a better and brighter future.

Thus, to take advantage of the government’s initiative of Free Senior High School policy to ensure they have the best of opportunities to becoming  better citizens for the development of Ghana.  

According to Hibatullah, The importance of child education is stronger than ever at the childhood development stage, as it is the best time for children to build up the basic foundation to easily learn and grasp knowledge and skills to achieve growth and success in future. Education at the childhood stage also offers them the chance for self-discovery and in realizing their unique talents and interest, She added.

Sedarvp Ghana climaxed the program with a donation of used clothes and drinks to participants present

Afa Issahaku Abubakar, a participant, thanked Sedarvp Ghana for the positive gesture shown to them. He added that, as a parent, it’s not always easy bringing up a child to achieving a more higher education, especially with female children at the rural communities, due to peer influence and financial constraints.

Another participant, Madam Amina Suale, also expressed her gratitude to Sedarvp Ghana for their heartwarming support and hoped Sedarvp Ghana would take up more sensitization roles, to support child education in the rural communities.