The donation is to ensure access to quality education.Each child received 15 exercise books to help them in the 2016/2017 academic year.
OTTN is an educational charity organization and has supported Street Academy to help needy children have access to formal education.
Victory International Foundation supported the Academy with a Cheque of GHC 10,000.00 which was presented by Dr Joycelyn Johnson, Vice President of Victory International Foundation.
Dr Ray Johnson, Director of Victory International Foundation said the purpose of the donation was to enroll 27 children into formal education this year.
Mr Ataa Lartey, Chief Executive Officer of Street Academy said every child needs formal education and their economic situation should not deny them of that.
“The organization supports children to have formal education and if children are well educated they can become whatever they want to be. It could also reduce social vices in the society.” he said.
He explained that their target was children within Accra Central, especially the fishing community of Osu.
Dr Victoria Smith, Volunteer Managing Trustee of OTTN explained that they are committed to ensuring that every child has exercise books for academic exercises.
She said OTTN is also providing a health-post in schools for children to receive immediate first aid medical care so children do not have to go home for a cut or minor injury.
She added, “We also provide medical supplies for six months to the health-post.”
Mr Lartey said he wished all children a fruitful term in school and called on the public and stakeholders such to support the cause of sending needy children to school.
He announced that the names of the 27 beneficiaries has been sent to the GES for enrollment in school.
Source: GNA/News Ghana