The External Affairs and Legal Department of Vodafone Ghana has presented over 150 books covering various topics to authorities at St. Thomas Aquinas Senior High School at a short ceremony in Accra.
The gesture is in response to a TV3 news feature on the poor state of the school’s library aired some weeks ago.
The donation is also part of 25 impactful community projects the company’s employees are undertaking to mark 25 years of the Vodafone Group Foundation.
The team, led by External Affairs Director Gayheart Mensah and Head of Vodafone Ghana Foundation Nana Yaa Ofori-Koree, will also organise career counselling and mentorship activities for the students.
Commenting, Nana Yaa Ofori-Koree said Vodafone remains committed to providing platforms for its employees to impact their communities.
“We believe the books donated will inculcate in students the habits of reading and researching, while improving the teaching and learning process.”
The Headmaster of the school, Cyril Dadey, who received the donations on behalf of the school said:
“We are more than grateful the news item carried by TV3 has yielded results and today Vodafone Ghana is supporting our school with various books covering the SHS syllabi.
“I can assure you that the donation will certainly go a long way to develop the knowledge of the students as they prepare for their examinations.”