QGroup Foundation’s Timely Contribution

QGroup Foundation's Timely Contribution

Greetings, dear readers, and welcome back to our exploration of remarkable initiatives that shape the future. Today, we bring you an amazing tale of the power of partnerships. Join us as we delve into the contribution by the QGroup Foundation that promises to pave the way for the reopening of educational institutions in The Gambia after a long break due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

A Helping Hand in Challenging Times

In a gesture that truly shouts community spirit, the QGroup Foundation took center stage as they handed over a substantial contribution of D1 million (One Million Dalasi) to the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education (MoBSE). This financial support arrives as a beacon of hope for the education sector, particularly at a time when schools have remained closed for an extended seven-month period due to the lingering impact of the Covid-19 outbreak.

Minister Cole's Appreciation

The scene was set at the Ministry’s conference hall in Banjul, where the presentation ceremony unfolded. Honorable Claudiana A. Cole, the Minister of Basic and Secondary Education, couldn’t contain her gratitude as she described the relationship between QGroup and MoBSE as “cordial,” underlining the enduring nature of their partnership.

A Shared Goal: Safe School Reopening

Madam Isatou Jah, the visionary force behind the QGroup Foundation, spoke eloquently about the foundation’s delight in the Ministry’s decision to reopen all schools. With genuine enthusiasm, she highlighted the foundation’s amazing dedication to seeing educational institutions safely resume operations.

This dedication, she emphasized, stems from the foundation’s belief in the power of education. And in her words said that, contributing to education is an investment in the future of the nation.

At the end

In a world where challenges can often dim our hopes, stories like the QGroup Foundation’s contribution remind us of the power of collective action.

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