Right To Play introduces volleyball in schools

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4/16/2010 10:26:14 PM -

Amasaman, (GAR), April 16, GNA Right To Play, an international Non-Governmental Organization that use sport and play to teach children to develop their talents, has embarked on a programme to assist girls in Basic Schools to develop their talents especially in the game of volleyball.

So far more than 200 girls have benefited from the programme which is currently being run in the Greater Accra Region.

Mr Robert Obenyah, Project Coordinator of Right To Play said these when the NGO assisted some schools in the Ga West Municipal Assembly at Obom, near Amasaman in the Greater Accra Region.

He said the aim of the programme was to build the capacity of the young girls in the sport and to also establish cordial relationship between them and their teachers.

Mr Obenyah said the programme which would be extended to other parts of the country in the not distant future and to help improve the academic needs of the pupils.

Some pupils from schools in Obom, Ashifla and Oduman Asuaba communities have so far benefited from the programme.

The Project Coordinator expressed the hope that the participants would take the programme seriously and win laurels for themselves and the nation in future events.


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