The National Commission for Social Action (NaCSA) has handed over a six-classroom building to the people of Korma village in the Dama chiefdom in the Kenema district.
The structure is one of the four projects that have been implemented in the Dama chiefdom under the community driven program.
Presenting the keys of the building to the community people, the Regional Commissioner Moses Gboma said that the provision of Basic Educational facilities is in fulfillment of governments promise to deliver quality education to the people.
In her contribution, a representative from the Ministry of Education Science and Technology Mrs. Rebecca Moiwo spoke on the education of the girl child saying that gone are the days when females are only found in the kitchen.
She appealed for cooperation from the Korma community in the development of girl child education in Sierra Leone.
The Parish Priest Holy Spirit Rev. Fr. Michael Lamboi expressed delight over the completion of the school structure and appealed to the community people to handle the structure with the greatest care in the interest of posterity.
The representative of the Paramount Chief Mammy Fatorma thanked the government of Sierra Leone and NaCSA for the good will and appealed to the pupils and teachers to protect the building in the interest of the community and for feature generations’ benefit from it.
The NaCSA District Coordinator Kenema district Mrs. Cecilia Sannoh witnessed the ceremony. A community member Mambu Bobor delivered the vote of thanks.