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07.02.2009 Social News

Eximguaranty Company donates Projector to School of Medical Sciences

By GNA

Eximguaranty Company Ghana

Limited, has presented
a Class facilitation projector and its accessories valued at 3000 Ghana

Cedis
to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)

School of Medical Sciences in Kumasi.
The Projector is meant to facilitate illustrative teaching and

learning
by the Medical Students.
Mr. George Agyemang Duah, Head of Administration of the

Company, presenting the equipment on behalf of the Company, noted

that the donation
was made following an appeal for assistance from the medical class of

2013,
to help alleviate undue constraints on both lectures and students in

their
quest for academic excellence.
The presentation, he said was as part of the company's social

responsibility and acknowledged the enterprise of the students in

proactively striving to improve their challenging conditions.

“Having young students working together to change their

situation rather than to blame the authorities is an attitude to give way

for the future of our country and must be encouraged”, he stressed.

Mr. Duah said the company is Guarantee Company that

facilitates access
to credit to promote private and small business growth.

Prof. Yaw Adu-Sarkodie, Vice-Dean of the School of Medical

Sciences, receiving the projector on behalf of the students, expressed

gratitude to the Company for its assistance to help promote education in

the country.
He noted that education is the bedrock of every country and

called on individuals, Churches and organizations to come to the aid of

the medical school towards the provision of facilities to enhance

teaching and learning.

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