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USAID helps Grand Bassa County Community College

Augustine Myers/Benjamin S. Taingay

(elbcradio.com/Feb. 24, 2015)-The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has donated to the Grand Bassa County Community College (GBCCC) to buttress its drive to offer quality education.

The items, donated recently, include three used vehicles, two scanners, two printers, three desktop computers, and one copier.

Others include one laptop, one modem, one standing refrigerator and four air conditioner split units.
The items were donated in collaboration with the Advancing Youth Program (AYP).

Presenting the items, USAID Chief of Party, Denise Clark-Reeves, praised the relationship between USAID/AYP and GBCCC noting: “The items were not brand new, but usable.”

Receiving the items, Grand Bassa County College President, Levi Zangai, thanked USAID for the donation and assured the organization that the college will use them wisely.

Dr. Zangai also said three faculty members of the college, presently in Ghana, were being sponsored by USAID under the agriculture program.

The sponsorship for the three faculty members’ study in Ghana was provided through a partnership between the US Agency and the college.

 


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