Assekese Vocational Institute – Engow, Central Region
The group located a vocational institute for girls at Engow, off the Winneba – Mankessim Highway at Eyisam junction. This vocational institution is meant to cater for girls who cannot pay for their education. At the time the group discovered the school, there were already three class-rooms, two dormitories and an office. The dormitories though structurally completed, were not plastered and painted, and there was no ceiling and electricity.
The group decided to carry-out the following improvements on the dormitory:
Plastering and painting; providing ceiling and electricity; providing 20 bunk-beds with mattresses, blankets, bed-sheets, pillows and mosquito nets for 40 students.
In addition, a bakery complete with mixer, roller, oven and other accessories were built for the use of the women in the Engow town to generate finance. These improvements, the bakery and others were carried out at the cost of GHS14,126.70.