Mr Mark Kofi Asamoah, a philanthropist based in Berlin Germany with the help of 8th grade students of Humbold Gymnasium in Potsdam near Berlin has donated some educational materials to the School for the Deaf at Kibi. The items include a computer and a printer, 15 jerseys, 15 footballs, 2 football pumps, two sets of badminton, 1 extension cord 1 rim of A4 sheets, a packet of pens and 2 packets of
Making the presentation on his behalf, the District Director of Education, Mrs Agyemang Badu noted that the deaf equally need educational attention just as the normal school children. She believes that the presentation by Mr Asamoah and friends in Germany came at the right time when the children need these materials. She is very thankful to Mr Asamoah and Mrs Elke Zühlke the class teacher of Humbold Gymnasium Potsdam.
According to Mr Asamoah, Mrs Elke Zühlke of Humbold Gymnasium Potsdam is organizing another fundraising ceremony 15th May 2009 in honor of Kibi School for the deaf which representative of the Ghana Embassy has been invited.
In November 2007, similar donations were made through Mr Asamoah to Kibi School for the deaf. Hearing Aids Companies Optic Ortel and Hörgeräte Knoll GmbH all in Eberswalde presented Hearing Aids and its spare parts to Mr Asamoah at Westend High School Eberswalde in Brandenburg State Germany.
The Headmaster of the school, Mr J. E. Agbona was grateful to Mr Asamoah for thinking about the school and supporting it. He said the donation was a welcome package and hopes that many more things will flow through Mr Asamoah to the school. Mr Agbona expressed his appreciation to Mr Asamoah and his friends in Germany for the donation.