Concern Volta Citizen Education Fund supports fifteen students.

Concern Volta Citizen Education Fund supports fifteen students.

The Concern Volta Citizen Education Fund (CVC Education Fund) has offered scholarships to fifteen brilliant but needy students from the Volta region.
The scholarship is to help the beneficiaries further their education in their respective universities.
This year, fifteen students made up of eleven (11) males and four (4) females were awarded scholarship for study.
The fifteen benefictionaries were carefully selected from the list applicants.
The beneficiaries  Student  are from the country's universities and reading courses ranging from medicine, Law, Planning, Vetinary Medicine, Accounting, Physician Assistant and other sciences.
Speaking at the Scholarship Awarding Ceremony on Saturday, 22nd January, 2022 in Accra, the head of the CVC EduFund Management, Mr. Charles Nornoo tasked the awardees to concentrate on their studies and ensure they do what is expected of them as students hence achieving their goals.

He again added that,the scholarship to these 15 Brilliant Students is also a way to motivate them and also for them to come and give back to the society as well as support the development and growth of the region.

“It is time the indigenes invest in the future of these young ones for them to realize their goals and return back to the region to contribute their quota to the development and growth of the Volta region”, he noted.

To achieve this, Mr. Nornoo revealed that, each awardee is tasked to embark on a Community service project during their studies.

This he said is one of the key component of the Scheme explaining that, this would change lives as well as enhance the skills and knowledge of the Awardees in their respective field of interest.
Mr. Charles Nornoo therefore urged the Awardees to be of good behavior and ambassadors of the Volta Region in their respective universities.

Gracing the occasion was the Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, who uses the medium to praise the management of the CVC EDUFUND for such initiative for the region.

The MP in his speech laments about the region's underprivilegedness  in terms of human resources, hence the need to invest in the younger generation to fill up the gap in the region.

The North Tongu MP also hinted that, the health sector of the Region is under resourced and needs more health professionals especially indigenes.

Hon. Ablakwa therefore tasked the awardees to study hard, be discipline and focus that, they can achieve their respective goals in their choose field of interest.

About CVC EduFund
The CVC Education Fund Scholarship Scheme is to provide financial assistance to brilliant and needy students in the Volta region as a way of encouraging indigenes to persue academic excellence.

“CVC EduFund is made of senior citizens of the Volta region who sees the need to give back to the region as well as invest in the human resources to enable the region to have enough pool of human resources in all sectors to contribute to the development and growth of the Volta Region-Ghana.

This is also to enrich the skills and human resources of the region, hence have sufficient human resources in all aspect of profession to uplift the image of the Volta region.

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