Aluminium company Asadtek has launched an initiative to reward schools whose students will emerge winners of its maiden edition of their essay competition.
Aluminum company Asadtek announced their decision to ease pressure on the government by roofing schools that are in deprived communities during their 18th anniversary celebration in collaboration with Adoa TV.
As part of their social responsibility, the company has partnered with Adoa TV to ensure effective and quality services that comes at a zero cost to the various schools identified by the company. Government’s allocation of resources to schools can not cover all the schools in the country. The free SHS which is supposed to help all individual is mainly benefited by students in the public schools while Private schools remains a “Pay As You Go” institutions.
Students of various schools will take part in an essay competition for winners to be selected as part of their charitable activities. Winners will, therefore, have their school benefit from its essay dubbed #AsadtekRoofMySchoolCampaign. It is undeniable fact that the government is doing their all to ensure Ghanaians enjoy good and quality education. The education Minister affirmed that despite their continuous effort to reshape the sector, they are calm on decisions but promise to give teachers the best of motivation for their work.
If Asadtek can take up this challenge to help Government on this project, Ghanaians must embrace them and support their call for action. Follow Adoa TV for more details on how to participate in the competition.