TechnipFMC and Tullow support two institutions

August 8, 2017
Source: Juliet Aguiar Dugbartey l thebftonline.com l Ghana
TechnipFMC and Tullow support two institutions

TechnipFMC and Tullow Ghana Limited have inaugurated  projects valued at $10,000 to support Twin-city Special School and the Egyam Children’s Home respectively in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis.

The projects, are to improve the sustainability of these institutions based on analysis, included the  refurbishment of dormitories, bathrooms, kitchen, toilets as well as donation of kitchen equipment and appliances to the Twin-city Special School and then expansion of the existing poultry farm at Egyam Children’s Home.

The projects were funded by the Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) department of TechnipFMC and Tullow Ghana Limited  for meeting their HSE target on the Tweneboa, Enyamme and Ntomme (TEN) project.

Ms. Abigail Mensah, Compliance and Communications Manager, GNPC-Technip Engineering Services Limited explained that the partners agreed that when all indicators under TEN project were successfully, $10,000 will be donated to charity -hence the need to support

 the two institutions.

At separate ceremonies, Mrs. Crescentia Efua Eduraa Bilson-Sai, Headmistress of Twin-city Special School expressed gratitude to the two companies for the kind gesture and appealed to other institutions to support the school.

Mrs. Elizabeth Akuoku, Sekondi-Takoradi Director of the Ghana Education Service (GES), who unveiled the plaque at the commissioning urged the school to practice good maintenance culture to preserve the refurbishment works.

Mr. Daniel Payne, Director of Egyam Children’s Home explained thatthe existing poultry farm has been supporting the home in terms of finance on the sale of eggs.

“The idea of the poultry farm is to support the feeding requirement of the home which has been sustaining the home”, he said.

He expressed gratitude to the companies for expansion of the poultry farm –I will be grateful if you can stock the poultry farm with birds to generate income and proper feeding of the children.