In April 2015, Tigo Ghana took a bold decision to support education in Ghana in a impactful and meaningful way.
As passionate believers in education as the key to successful development in Ghana, the telecom company embarked on its flagship corporate social responsibility program dubbed ‘Shelter 4 Education’, which provided infrastructure and technology support to basic schools in rural Ghana.
The project has touched the hearts and minds of many stakeholders, from teachers to government officials, and community chiefs among others.
Here are what some of them had to say:
“A project well-conceived, well planned and well executed .Tigo we give you thanks and ask for more of such projects.”
– RAYMOND L. GLOVER, DEP. DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND ADMIN, GA SOUTH.
“It’s a dream come true for myself and these pupils. Their eyes are filled with passion every time I stand before them to teach. Words can’t express my joy, but all I can say is thank you and God bless Tigo.”
- TEDDY KWAME, ASSISTANT HEADMASTER, TUPAA BASIC SCHOOL.
“All children can learn irrespective of their disabilities, but the right environment, appropriate teaching and learning material makes it more meaningful. We are grateful to Tigo Ghana, for putting this big smile on the faces of these children with special needs.”
- BEN BRIGHT FIA, TEACHER, ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL, OBUASI.
“I was delighted to receive the newly refurbished classroom block at St. Joseph R/C Primary School in the Obuasi Municipality. The facility will go a long way to enhance teaching and learning of children with special needs in the municipality. On behalf of the chiefs, people of Obuasi and the government of Ghana, we are grateful to Tigo Ghana for this gesture.”
– OFORI-AGYEMAN BOADI KWASI, MUNICIPAL CHIEF EXECUTIVE, OBUASI
“On behalf of the people of Dimabi and the entire district, we wish to express our gratitude for this facility. God will reward you abundantly.”
– HON. WAHAB SUHIYINI WUMBOI, MP – TOLON CONSTITUENCY
“I thank Tigo Ghana for providing us with such magnificent structures. These will definitely enhance teaching and learning in school. The uniforms, sandals and exercise books provided will also help increase enrollment to the school. For all this we say God bless you.”
– IDDRIS ADAM, HEADTEACHER, DIMABI SCHOOL
“On Behalf of the Nananom and the good people of Ejura we wish to thank Tigo for this wonderful school. All we say is God bless them. We promise to take good care of this school. Tigo, thank you once again.”
– ODIASEMPA ANTWI OBUGYEI II., KONTEHENE OF EJURA.
“As a representative of the good people of Ejura and Hiawoanwu, I thank you very much for this kind gesture. It’s my prayer that you grow and become the market leaders in your industry.”
– HON. N. SALIFU BAMBA, MP EJURA.