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Letshego Ghana partners on Webinar Series with Opportunity EduFinance

By Opportunity EduFinance

Letshego Ghana has partnered Opportunity International EduFinance to host a webinar series themed ‘Resilience! Repositioning Your School after COVID-19’.

The partnership provides all schools with a multifunctional digital toolkit to equip schools in keeping their staff and learners safe, while mitigating the risks educational institutions face in the current unpredictable circumstances. This partnership also provides mentorship to school management teams to adopt practices to remain resilient, safe and effective in continuing education as we adjust to our ‘new normal’.

Letshego Ghana Savings and Loans Chief Executive Officer, Arnold Parker affirmed: “The Coronavirus affects us all on an individual and economic basis – we need to work together and support each other to mitigate the negative impact of this pandemic within our communities. In line with Letshego’s brand promise to Improve Lives we are providing schools with the tools, guidelines and expertise to deliver safe and healthy havens for our children, while continuing their education. As a strategic financial partner for schools, parents and suppliers of schools, this is just one of the ways Letshego is collaborating to support our communities.”

Opportunity EduFinance Technical Assistance Advisor, Jane Aik said: “We are proud to collaborate with Letshego Ghana on this socially impactful initiative, and are committed to supporting educators who are working tirelessly to continue engaging learners."

Read the full article from the BFTonline here

 

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