The Anglican Education Unit, Accra Diocese under the leadership of the new Regional Manager of Anglican Schools, Mr. Alfred Adjirako has donated Hundred dual - desks worth Eight Thousand Ghana Cedis to five deprived schools within the Greater Accra Region.
The donation which formed part of activities to help improve infrastructure amongst the deprived schools under the Anglican Education Unit in Accra.
The five schools which benefited from this first initiative of the Anglican Education Unit included St. Joseph A & B Primary - Kaneshie, St. Innocent Basic School – Oduman, Bishop Mixed Primary – Accra, Sacred Heart Basic School – Amasaman and Good Shepherd Basic School – Beuko.
Receiving the desks on behalf of the Anglican Schools, the Bishop of Accra, Rt. Rev’d. Dr. Daniel S. M. Torto expressed his appreciation for the good gesture of the education unit. He also called on stakeholders to come on board to help improve education in the country.
The Youth and Children Ministry is a ministerial arm of the Diocese of Accra, which is responsible for organizing, coordinating and advancing the formation in Christ of all Anglicans up to age 35. Formation in Christ includes Christian education, social and peer development, life skills acquisition, and full participation in the Holy Church. Specific objectives in programs of the Ministry for Youth and Children will promote and support safe growth and development for youth and children of the diocese.
It was a joyous occasion on Saturday 28th June, 2014 when the Anglican Diocese of Accra launched its customized New International Version (NIV) of the Holy Bible at the Cathedral Church of the Most Holy Trinity, High Street-Accra.