A humanitarian organisation in the University of Cape Coast ‘Dreams2Reality Foundation’ has donated over five hundred pieces of stationery to the Cape Coast School for the Deaf/Blind in the Central Region.
The materials including books, pens, pencils, erasers, markers, and chalks were donated to the lower primary pupils of the school benefiting about one hundred and eighty deaf pupils as part of expressing love in the month of February and also to perform social responsibilities.
The organisation which has the marginalised in society at heart declared its selfless services in the pipeline to beam bigger smiles on the faces of the less priviledged in society.
The head of the blind unit, Mr Abugri Abubakir with profound gratitude accepted the items. Speaking on behalf of the staff of the school, he expressed his displeasure about the challenges of the school.
According to him, the blind unit needs infrastructural assistance to make teaching and learning effective as tables for the visually impaired pupils are inadequate to carry their braillers .He further mentioned that there are other amenities that need to be put in place to facilitate the educational process.
The C.E.O , Mr. Emmanuel Ndemele related that “…the need to give back to the society is a collective responsibility…” and urged everyone to contribute their quota to achieve this mission of global interest. He further adumbrated an upcoming project dubbed the BEACON OF HOPE PROJECT : calling on all and sundry to support transform the lifes of many.