One of the 13 EDULabs funded by USAID through Plan Ghana and built by TechAide to benefit 156 communities in 5 Districts in Ghana was commissioned and handed over to the community at Samsam Odumase.

On the 16th of July, in a commemorative but modest ceremony, the lab was commissioned by the USAID-Ghana Mission Director, Ms Cheryl Anderson, who advised the children to attend school regularly, study hard and read wide to broaden their knowledge.

 

This ceremony was graced by the presence of Mr Prem Shukla, Country Director of Plan Ghana, Mr. Raphael Bokumah, Chief Of Party of the TAP Project, Mr Daniel Budu Asiedu, Municipal Education Director, Mr Ebenezer Nii Armah Tachie, Municipal Chief Executive and Nii Kwame Perbi II, Chief of Chiribra-Odumase.

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