Volta River Authority Resettlement Trust Fund(VRA RTF) in partnership with Pencil of Promise, a Non-governmental organisation with interest in education, has taken over two school projects in the Upper Manya Krobo District to give them a touch of modern status.
The two schools are Anyaboni Presby and Roman Catholic(RC) Basic Schools.
Both schools will have new six unit classroom blocks, six seater KVIP toilet and urinal facilities.
Both projects are expected to cost some GHC370,000.00.
The VRA RTF will bare 30 per cent of the total cost with the NGO baring the 70 per cent.
The Country Director of Pencil of Promise, Mr. Freeman Gobah, at a short ceremony to cut the sod for the projects assured the people of their commitment to support schools in the area with their various initiatives in education and Sanitation management.
He pleaded with the people to contribute their part to make the projects successful.
Mr. Richard Twum Barimah Koranteng, Executive Director of VRA RTF, affirmed his commitment to improving the livelihoods of the people living in various VRA resettlement communities around the country.
District Chief Executive (DCE) for Upper Manya Krobo District, Felix Nartey Odjao, expressed his appreciation to the VRA RTF team for their continuous support to the people. He applauded them for the partnership and urged them to do more for the area.