Mother of All Nations Foundation has presented a citation to United Way Ghana, a non-governmental organization for its numerous contributions to improving quality education in deprived communities in Ghana.
The citation is to appreciate to United Way’s support towards 2022 edition of ReadCamp project, an off-campus literacy program to enhance the reading and writing skills of pupils at the basic level.
For providing 20 tablets (mobile devices), 120 basic school children were able to interact with professionals such as doctors, engineers, nurses, and police officers, among many others.
Executive Director of United Way Ghana, Mr. Felix Kissiedu-Addi who received the citation thanked Mother of All Nations for the recognition.
He emphasized United Way Ghana’s continuous commitment to making a profound social impact through initiatives to promote quality of life within local communities.
The ReadCamp22 project initiated a virtual “Read with the Professional” a three day session within the three weeks long ReadCamp project period which is aimed at giving participants of readcamp an opportunity to interact with people in professions they aspire to be.
The initiative is the largest out-of-campus literacy project that seeks to improve the reading, writing, speaking, and comprehension skills of basic school children within disadvantaged communities