With the novel Coronavirus having disrupted every aspect of our lives the Boys and Girls Club of Dansoman are seeking a grant to complete some changes in the execution of its programs due to the pandemic.
Albert Otho Dee said, "It is very important that we find creative ways to stay engaged with the youth and the community to be able to serve in the best possible way."
"Because of the pandemic everything has been moved online and as a result some children have have struggled to adapt as many families lack computers or internet service in their homes and that makes online learning inaccessible he added."
In response, the Club will be shifting its focus in the way it carries out its programs while adhering to social distancing regulations.
"We are short on Chromebooks for online learning because the children cannot share due to potential spread of COVID19, and there are not enough books for their reading and literacy programs," Albert Otho, Executive director of the Club explained.
The Club is there calling on foreign missions and Corporate Bodies for grants to enable it carry out all the needed changes to adapt to the new challenges brought on by the pandemic.