Inesfly Africa, producers of insecticide paints and solutions, in their quest to support and rid secondary schools of bedbugs and other insects has once again extended a helping hand towards the Accra High School by donating buckets of paint.
The donation was to aid the school in giving a facelift to its structures as the first secondary school in Accra. The donation was in response to an appeal by the 1995 year group to support painting projects as part of activities marking this year’s AHISCO Homecoming celebration.
The donation, which was in line with the company’s corporate social responsibility, would help rid the structures that would be painted of insects, especially mosquitoes. Presenting the package consisting of 10 buckets of insecticide paints, Mr David Afugani, Sales Director of Inesfly Africa said they will continue to contribute their quota towards promoting education in Ghana.
He also commended the school for its immense contribution to human resource development in the country and declared the company’s commitment to continue to partner the school on educational projects.
Aside the donation, Mr Afugani announced to offer the school a special discount package on purchases. He explained that the company continues to support health and educational institutions in fighting insects, particularly mosquitoes and bedbugs.
“Our objective is to make schools free of bedbugs and mosquitoes to create a healthy environment for students and teachers,” he said.
Receiving the items, Mr. Thomas Armah, representative of the Old AHISCO Board, thanked the company for the kind gesture. He said the support would go a long way to ensure the success of the school’s painting project, which is part of a redevelopment plan for the school.