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THE Maker’s House Launches Scholarship Secretariat

Written by  Friday, 26 August 2016 11:01 TMHCI
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The Maker’s House Chapel International officially outdoored the church’s scholarship secretariat, Sunday, August 21, 2016.The secretariat, christened ‘TeamEdu’, is the education wing of The Maker’s House Chapel International and is dedicated to assisting disadvantaged students throughout their university education by identifying resources to assist with.

Applicants must have completed Senior High School and gained admission into any of the public tertiary institutions as well as prove that they are from a deprived background. Successful candidates, who must first be committed members of the church, shall be offered full scholarship package throughout the duration of their chosen courses.The Maker’s House Chapel International located at Point 1 off the Kwabenya road in the Ga East Municipality of Accra, describes itself as “…the voice and the hand that encourages people to change their lives with hope, comfort and peace”. The vision of the TMHCI is “To drive towards Church excellence whilst ushering people into destiny fulfillment and preparing them for heaven.”

Speaking at the launch, International Consultant, Mrs. Joana Adzoa Opare said the move by the leadership of the church is aimed at augmenting the efforts by government in ensuring that brilliant students are given the opportunity to pursue the dream and become responsible citizens in the country.Mrs Opare who heads the Education Department of The Maker’s House Chapel International, has twenty-five (25) years’ experience in development work; thirteen (13) of which are exclusively in Gender, Development and Peace-building. She also worked as the National Programme Manager for the UN System programme for Promoting Gender Equality in Ghana for 5 years.

She revealed that latest statistics from the Tertiary Education Council indicates a 40% funding gap at the tertiary level which she described as worrying. She therefore called on individuals as well as institutions to contribute towards the scheme to enable TeamEdu to continue support the unfortunate the deprived students.

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