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MPs, NGOs Assist Underprivileged School Girls


The Inspire Today Foundation, a non-governmental organization (NGO), has partnered with Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa of North Tong MP (MP) to help underprivileged schools of his members. Supporting girls. The Foundation is a network organization that promotes the national movement of female leaders through collaborative efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goals 3 and 5.  As part of the 

 NGO's annual project, more than 4,000 menstruating girls in the Volta region are supported by the  resources needed to stay in school. This is part of some efforts to combat poverty in old age, and the North Tong area receives a significant proportion of  support from NGOs. 4,444 beneficiary schools received menstrual napkins, bath soaps, roll-ons, shaving sticks and teaching materials. 

 Ablakwa thanked the NGO and emphasized the need to protect the girl. "We are determined to protect the girl so she can reach her full potential. As a result, we are harsh on  young men who defile innocent and vulnerable girls. To impose penalties, we are amending the local method of governing members. 

 "We are also constantly working with the district school board to provide girls with the  resources they need to stay in school. We are cooperating, "said the adjutant. He expressed his willingness to continue his partnership with Inspire Today, adding that it is the surest way to empower  and enroll girls. "We hope that this opportunity will bring all women and girls a happy day for International Women," he said. 


 Inspire Today's founder and CEO, Etornam Sey, emphasized that the  government needs to consider a 20% tax on menstrual napkins so that girls in the country can buy napkins. "The estimated average cost of menstrual napkins in Ghana is about GH ¢ 5. Organizations that support healthy menstrual management, such as Inspire Today, should have the Ghanaian government eliminate taxes on these materials. This project was sponsored by the Ghana Mining Council, Wilmer Africa, Step Publisher, Firstklass Shipping Services, Fine Print, and a charitable organization.


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