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SOLAR LIGHT FOR 50 RURAL SCHOOLS IN GHANA

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Summary

This project seek to improve rural learning and education by providing solar light to rural communities to rural areas where there is no electricity for students to study at nights as done in the cities. This will also help students to improve on their academic work and performance that can qualify most basic school students for further studies at the Senior High Schools and beyond to guarantee a future better life and improved standard of living in the subject communities.

Challenge

There is a major challenge for basic school students in the rural communities where there is no electricity for students to study at nights. This problem poses a serious threat to their academic performance and providing them with the solar light for their communities and schools to help them study on their own at home to improve their studies to qualify more basic school students for admission to Senior High Schools and beyond. This can reduce teenage pregnancy as they won’t be roaming.

Solution

Provision of solar light in these rural schools will improve the academic works of these rural communities by increasing literacy rate among the inhabitants. More people will be enlighten to contribute to the development of their communities. It will increase awareness and consciousness of the people.

Long-Term Impact

It will encourage the people to stay in their communities to study and after work to develop their villages, than going outside to study outside their communities and stay there after to work. The communities will benefits from their wards training and up bringing as there is an encouragement for them to stay and build their communities after school.

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Source: globalgiving.org

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