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Ghana: helping impoverished schools buy computers

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One of Ghana's leading real estate portals,, is urging the general public to assist in helping impoverished schools gain access to computers.

The portal has adopted the Hope Christian Academy; a school established in 2002 for little children from the Village of Hope orphanage in the Gomoa Fetteh township in the Central region of Ghana.

The School is deprived of essential facilities due to lack of funds in providing the school with adequate computers and a modern library, which have become indispensable tools that drive innovation, growth, and development.

This initiative is part of’s five-year anniversary celebration.

In their bid not to be hindered by inadequate funds or the lack of it, they have self-sustained the school primarily through the fees some of the students pay.

Ninety percent of the revenue is generated while the remaining 10% is received in the form of donations in cash or in kind.

Through their hard work and determination to build a sustainable future for the homeless children, they have been able to put some of their past pupils through completion of their college education who have gone on to make a meaningful impact in their spheres of influence.

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