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NGO starts a scholarship program for thirty students in need.

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A novel educational scholarship program has been launched by Relief and Aid International, a nonprofit organization, to assist academically gifted but economically underprivileged individuals nationwide as they pursue higher education.

The scholarship program, which aims to close the achievement gap between affluent and impoverished pupils, is themed “Bringing hope, empowering tomorrow’s leaders.”

Thirty students from around the nation who are enrolled in a variety of academic programs are among the first recipients. Notable students among them are two in Accounting, three in Medical Science, three in Political Science, eighteen in Nursing, two in Law, and one in Agricultural Science and Marketing.

At the scholarship program’s opening on Saturday, April 27, Relief and Aid International’s founder, Peggy Anna Naa Ayikailey Adamafio, encouraged students to pursue their studies with assiduity and develop the abilities that will allow them to contribute significantly to society in the future.

Highlighting the critical role that education plays in creating successful futures for both individuals and communities, Mrs. Adamafio emphasized the foundation’s dedication to enabling and assisting students in their quest for knowledge and academic success by means of the scholarship program.

Mrs. Adamafio conveyed her hope that the recipients will succeed in their academic pursuits and contribute to the community at any given chance. She also described strategies for increasing the program’s funding sustainability through stakeholder engagement.

Learning is a transforming force that may improve people’s lives and open doors to a better future. Currently, I am covering all of these costs on my own, but I want to take a more sustainable way so that I don’t interfere with these and other prospective students’ studies.

Professor Ransford Gyampo, a senior lecturer in political science at the University of Ghana, addressed the audience and urged private citizens to support government initiatives in the field of education by giving financial aid and scholarships to deserving students, thereby lessening the burden on the country.

He emphasized how financial aid has a significant impact on students’ lives and how crucial government support is to improving educational accessibility.

Distinguished dignitaries graced the celebration, including Nii Ayi-Bonte II, the Adonten and Gbese Mantse of the Ga State.

Relief & Aid International is a nonprofit organization that works to improve community well-being and environmental health by providing aid to the underprivileged.

The goal of the foundation is to enable the elderly and their dependents to become self-sufficient while still giving medical treatment and accepting donations.

The charity has provided clean, drinkable water to many towns throughout the years and has given scholarships to deserving but disadvantaged students all over the country.

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