Pupils of Adabia E/A Primary School are seen in trending photos studying under trees and dilapidated structures.
The evidence available to Coverghana.com.gh confirmed that, students/pupils of the schools in Pusiga of the Bawku Municipality still have no classroom black for effective teaching and learning.
Africa Center For Democracy and Socio-Economic Development has disclosed in a post that, classes in Adabia E/A Primary School in Pusiga, under Bawku Municipality are conducted under trees and open structures leaving these pupils vulnerable to inclement weather conditions.
The Non-Governmental Organization calls on the Ministry of Education, Ghana Education Service and the Media houses to support in providing the best schooling conditions for the pupils and echo the needs of Adabia E/A Primary School in Pusiga respectively.
The children are the future of the country. Their educational needs must be met. The organization said, this children deserve to learn in conditions as equal to their urban counterparts.
They have directed the Ministry of Education to “partner with CDS Africa to implement the Rural Education Ownership Initiative (REOI), to improve conditions and ultimately education outcomes for rural pupils.
Seeing children under trees learning for their future is a disgrace to the 21st century and evolution. The world is moving fast, countries are providing educational needs for their education sector.
Ministry of Education and Ghana Education Service should deem it necessary and must assist the call for the pupils of Adabia E/A Primary School to enable them have effective academic works.