ASA Savings and Loans supports Demonstration School for the Deaf


ASA Savings and Loans, through its Mamfe Business Center has donated some learning materials to the Demonstration School for the Deaf to aid teaching and learning at Akuapem South Municipality of the Eastern Region

Also, the company renovated the girl’s dormitory and Junior High School (JHS) block as well as replaced four water closets of the boy’s dormitory of the special school.

At a brief presentation of the items to the school, the Mamfe Branch Manager of the company, Mr. Ebenezer Odoom underscored the need to build the capacity of the younger ones through sound education.

This gesture, he said forms part of the company’s corporate social responsibility (CSR). “They have received two packs of pencils, two packs of pens, five packs of exercise books, as well as two packs of A4 sheets among others”.

He emphasized that aside support to education, the company commits resources towards supporting health facilities, providing safe drinking water and conducting free medical screening across its operational areas.

The CSR Manager, Richard Nartey said the company was not only interested in making profit but also what it could do in terms of development to it host communities.

He disclosed that the organization is socially committed to supporting education in the company’s catchment areas.

He added that education was a critical tool that propelled the progress of societies, and therefore no effort should be spared in giving future leaders a better foundation. “These students who are physically challenged need special care and attention and it is of great course that management of ASA have decided to bring in this support”, he disclosed.

The Senior Housemaster of the school, Mr. Daniel Asante, was very grateful for the kind gesture and prayed for God’s blessings on the management and staff of the company. “These items presented will go a long way to solve some of our challenges as an educational institution”.

He appealed to other benevolent individuals and organizations to come to their aid by providing them with waste bins to manage the sanitation situation, and also renovate their dining hall which has had it roof leaking for some time now. “We want philanthropic individual and groups to come and adopt most of our existing buildings so as to give them a facelift”, he added.

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