Local Organization Donates Uniforms To School Going Kids In Bong
A local American base Organization under the banner “Opportunity for African Kids” has distributed uniforms to over one hundred and forty students attending the Peter Ta Public School in Walapolu Clan, Sanoyea District lower Bong County.
Opportunity for African Kids is an American based humanitarian organization that has also constructed a modern elementary school in the area.
The organization is also constructing modern buildings to be used as teacher quarters for those who are teaching in that remote community.
The Distribution of the uniforms has come as a big relief to parents who have complained about the lack of finances to purchase their children’s uniforms due to the economic hardship in the country.
Speaking in an interview with The Monrovia Times recently at the Peter Ta Public School mean campus, following a tour in Walapolu Clan Sanoyea District, two administrators of the school praised the organization for the support it continues to render less fortunate children in Peter Ta.
Principal James Bondo and Vice Principal Sam Makpoh said they are glad especially with the modern school building that has been constructed for the citizens of not just Peter Ta but the entire Walapolu Clan.
Mr. Bondo and Mr. Makpoh maintained that as the result of the construction of the modern school building, enrollment has drastically increased from less than fifty students to more than one hundred and forty.
Also speaking in an interview withThe Monrovia Times the man who convinced the donor to take the project in the community Deacon Harris Flomo praised citizens for the cooperation he continues to receive.
Deacon Harris said they are currently working to ensure the completion of the modern housing units that are being constructed for teachers.
He named the current road condition leading to Peter Ta as a major challenge, as cars and motorcycles are not accessing the road due to its deplorable state.
Deacon Harris explained that construction materials are taken on their heads, and called on the government to assist them with the road.