The World Vision Ghana has honoured the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) for its contribution towards sensitizing the people of Ghana on Child Protection Issues, sanitation issues, and child marriage among others through its civic education activities.
At the World Vision’s exit durbar in the Atebubu-Amantin municipality in the Bono East region to bring closure to its twenty-three-year service to communities in the municipality, the Commission was recognised for its partnership in executing its project.
Speaking on the theme ‘Celebrating 23 years of service to the most vulnerable’, the Director for Integrated Programmes of World Vision Ghana, Mr. Joshua Baidoo expressed appreciation for its partnership with the NCCE saying through the NCCE and other partners the activities of his outfit has reached and impacted communities in the municipality.
The Atebubu-Amantin Municipal Director of the NCCE, Mr. Patrick Tampugre received the award on behalf of the Commission. He thanked World Vision Ghana for the recognition and pledged to continue the good work in the Municipality.
The inscriptions on the plague which was awarded to the Commission in recognition of the works of the Commission
Mr Patrick Tampugre (MD) receiving the award (plague) on behalf of the Commission
Some Dignitaries who graced the occasion at the Atebubu – Amantin Municipality
Some students in the Municipality performing at the venue of the event
Some Staff of World Vision Ghana together with the Municipal Director of the NCCE in the Municipality
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