Domawa residents appeal for Junior High School building
Residents of Domowa community in the Wa West District of the Upper West Region have appealed to the government and benevolent individuals and non-governmental organizations to help them build classrooms for the Junior High students at the community.
They said the government constructed classrooms for the primary school children at the community some years back but did not make provision for the junior high students.
Madam Alhassan Hawa, a resident of the community, who made the appeal in an interview with Info Radio at the community, noted that the community had mobilized to build a classroom block for the Junior High School.
She however said they are faced with financial constraints to complete the structure and appealed for support in that regard.
Madam Alhassan appealed to the political leaders in the district to appreciate the efforts of the community in getting them power, and pay attention to their plights.
Mr Fuseini Dramani, another resident of the community, said the community needed some building materials to help their efforts to complete the classroom structure they have started.
He appealed to benevolent individuals and organizations to support them with roofing sheets and woods to complete the building for the school.
Achieving inclusive and quality education for all, as UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 4 aims to ensure that all girls and boys complete free primary and secondary schooling by 2030, reaffirms the belief that education is one of the most powerful and proven vehicles for sustainable development.
As such the SDG 4 enjoins Ghana who is a signatory to the goals to ensure the achievement of this end in all communities in 9 years’ time from today.