HELP US TO BUILD UP KETASCO.
One focus of the Alumni association in North America is to make learning and teaching environment peaceful for the students. When word came that the water tower serving the girls’ dormitory had collapsed, members immediately mobilized to raise funds in a remarkably short time to get this project underway
The iron rods for the project
Steel benders getting iron ready for the project
Laying the foundation for the main structure.
Every single human knows the importance of water and in this situation water to the girls’ dormitory is a case that the association feels time is of essence to get this project under way. Work started with the demolition of the old structure and the initial foundation work has begun. It is believed work will soon be completed considering the speed and verve that has been put in the project.
The alumni association continues to appeal to well meaning individuals, groups, organizations and corporate bodies to come to its aid in making life, academic life better for students of Keta senior technical High school.
A few dedicated past students are taking up the challenge to provide portable water to the girls’ dormitory.
A few dedicated past students in North America decided to make their presence felt in the works going on in the school. They resolved to contribute money to build this water tower, which will primarily serve the girls’ dormitory which has been starved of water for a very long time. It is a small way of showing gratitude to a school that nurtured us into what we are today.
As work progresses, it is the belief of this association that other well meaning past students who have not yet made their contribution to come aboard to help.
These are the members who contributed to the projectThe following contributed to make life better for our girls
|Beatrice Aku Jiagge||1973|
|Bernard Gadagbui||1978, 1980|
|Elsie Ziddah Dogbatse||1984|
|Jacob Besa Togo||1978, 1980|
|Kwasi Mawuenyega||1986, 1988|
|Mawuli Kofi Hamenu||1978, 1980|
|Seth Francis Kumassah||1982|
|Yram Attipoe Tamakloe||1980|