Wegdam Food Link B.V. And Wegdam Foundation In Partnership With We Yone Child Foundation Provide 28 Free Bicycles To Students To Address Long Distance Students Covered To Access Education Center
Wegdam Food Link B.V. and Wegdam Foundation in partnership with We Yone Child Foundation has provided 28 free bicycles for students in rural areas, address long distance students covered to access education center.
The Heads of Schools and Child Protection Officer, Mr Amara Shengbe disclosed while speaking at the event, letting the beneficiaries and their parents know that is a libray project and that all the bicycles will be collected from the pupils after the complete senior secondary school as other pupils will need to benefit from it too. “ After our findings in Kamabonko village and it surrounding, we realize that many children don’t go to school because of transportation, we then advocated for this, with the support from Wegdam Food Link B.V. and Wegdam Foundatiin, we have been able to provide 28 bicycle to children” He said.
Santigie Bayo Dumbuya, founder and Director of the We Yone Child foundation said the school was given 28 of the bicycles for students from neighbouring villages attending the school.
He also announced the provision of the construction of six class rooms, with toilet facility, playing ground in Kamabonko village, Kamakwie, Karene district, employ 8 teachers who are fully paid by the Wegdam Food Link B.V. and Wegdam Foundatiin in partnership with We Yone Child Foundation. Established a skills training center with over 50 students, mostly teenage mothers. The school in Kamakwie currently have 355 children attending the school.
Santigie said that the development would not only address the issue of illiteracy, but also help in giving the youths the necessary training to be self-reliant. He furthered told the people that their partner, Wegdam Food Link B.V. and Wegdam Foundation has committed to donate more bicycles