The Richard Addison Foundation ( TRAF ) on Thursday, 17th January, 2019 handed over a four toilet facility they rehabilitated for Archbishop Amissah JHS and Rev Monsignor Ansah Jhs, all in the Western Region.
TRAF Foundation is in its eleventh year and every time of the year in the month of January which is the birth month of founder Richard Addison, sort to engage in a project that will impact positively on lives of people and not just any one but people challenged in their bid to have some basic things in their lives.
Speaking at the handing over ceremony, Richard Addison explained what pushes him and the foundation to give back to the society.
“TRAF was born out of celebrating the life of a person by impacting positively on the lives of the challenged and the less privileged as opposed to partying with old friends, we are making new friends and expanding our family and friends” he said.
“This year, the target was to build toilet facilities for public schools around the Essikafoambatem No 1 in Takoradi”
assistant headmistress for Archbishop Amissah JHS, Madam Hilda Prah urged the student to maintain the facility.
“We should maintain the structure and when we’re able to maintain it will ginger them the do more for the school” she said.
“Toilets facilities have been become a major problem for us and we thank TRAF to their wonderful efforts but the effort should be extend to the other schools who are also in need of and I will plead that urinal is also a problem for us so please come to our aid” the Circuit Supervisor said.
Head Of delegation OF TRAF, Mr Samuel Forson urged the student to make good use of the facility by keeping it clean and point out student who go there to abuse the facility. He also advised them to study hard in order to one day be in a position to bless the society. He encouraged them to make reading a part of them.
By Francis Hema