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Meridian Community School hosts outreach programme for PWDs in Tamale

Meridian Community School hosted its first-ever outreach event for persons living with disabilities within the community, marking a significant step in their ongoing efforts to bring about transformation

Reverend Jones Frimpong Kwarteng, general secretary of Kings Christian Ministry and founder of Meridian Community School, recently spearheaded a heartwarming initiative aimed at giving back to the local community.

Meridian Community School hosted its first-ever outreach event for persons living with disabilities within the community, marking a significant step in their ongoing efforts to bring about transformation.

Meridian Community School, established in August 2012, has been dedicated to serving its community. Reverend Kwarteng shared the inspiration behind this project:

“If we profess love, then we must put it into action. So we decided to go in that direction, and that’s how this initiative was born. It’s a project we have initiated and we hope to continue it in different forms and shapes in the years to come, depending on the funding available.”

Meridian Community School is in partnership with Edify, an international Christian organisation.

This collaboration has facilitated various transformations within the school, including business, ICT, and moral upbringing for the children. As part of their partnership, Edify encourages the school to engage in community service and give back to the community.

“As part of what we do with them, they expect that as a school in the community, we should be able to give back. We found a need and saw how best we could meet it based on our resources,” said Frimpong Kwarteng.

The outreach event focused on individuals with physical challenges, aiming to demonstrate that all people are created equal in the eyes of God.

The school welcomed PWDs to their premises, providing a day of fellowship, refreshment, and support. Participants received clothing and other necessities, fulfilling the school’s commitment to community service.

This inaugural event is just the beginning of Meridian Community School’s efforts to give back to the community and support those in need. With the continued support of parents, staff, and partners like Edify, the school aims to create a lasting positive impact on the lives of many.

Reporting by El Samuels in the Northern Region

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