Diamond Cement builds classroom for community, Ghana

Diamond Cement builds classroom for community, Ghana
22 September 2009

Nearly US$300,000  have so far been spent by the Diamond Cement Ghana Limited (DCGL) at Aflao to build education infrastructure in communities it operates in since the company started production in 2002.

Mr Manubhai Jetabhai Patel, chairman of the company, said this when he inaugurated a six-unit classroom block built by DCGL at the cost of Ghc 75,000 for the Duta Basic School at Duta near Aflao.

He listed facilities the company had provided communities as a 65,000-dollar 10-classroom block for the RC Basic School at Denu, a compound wall for the Tokor Junior High School at US$35,000, a recreational ground for US$150,000  at Akporkploe, material support for RC Boys School at Kpedzi and also extension of potable water to the Duta and Akpokploe communities.

Mr Patel said the company, by the projects, was helping government in providing education infrastructure.
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