NCCE New Juaben South Municipal Office Initiates Civil Education Clubs in Schools, Focuses on Rights and Safety

The NCCE New Juaben South Municipal Office recently extended its outreach by establishing a Civil Education Club at Koforidua School for the Deaf, catering to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. With 21 enthusiastic students and two dedicated patrons, Mr. Okai Kennedy Batsa and Mercy Gbeku, the initiative aims to promote civic awareness and empower these students with essential knowledge.

During the inaugural session, students were enlightened about Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms, emphasizing the importance of law-abiding behavior and respecting their educators. The Municipal Director, Mr. Clement Donkor, Faustina Langma, and Mr. Kelvin Kadro led the team from the office, fostering an environment of understanding and inclusion.

In a parallel effort, Saint Peters Anglican Junior High School and Archbishop Lemmen Junior High School received a visit from a different team, led by Lydia Laryea and assisted by Nancy Dobge and Mr. Dominic Odoom. These schools were sensitized on Adolescent Online Safety and Political Tolerance, equipping students with knowledge essential for their digital and civic lives. These initiatives showcase the commitment of the New Juaben South Municipal Office to nurture responsible and informed citizens within the community.


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