20 STUDENTS VOLUNTEER TO HELP IN LITERACY PLANS
By Harry Reynolds August 1990Twenty students from the University of Ghana, Legon and the Ajumako School of Ghana Languages, have decided to undertake functional literacy Programmes in 17 communities in the Volta Region during the current vacation period.
Mr. KoblaAmewugaAdzei leader of the group, who disclosed this to me in Accra yesterday, said the programme would start on September 9. He said as part of the programme, being sponsored from their own resources the group would embarked on communal labour, engage in education on civic responsibilities, afforestation and evangelization.
The Department Of Community Development and the Environmental Protection Council (EPC), Mr. Adzei said, had agreed to support the programmes with teaching and audio-visual as well as films. He named communities to benefit from the programme as Weta, Avalavi, Klenornadi, Dzodze, Akoetame, Eheie, Gbegbokope, and Adrume. The rest are Amedzikope, Devego, Hipe, Dekpor, Agorvie, Torvie and Afife.