By Staff Reporter WINDHOEK The Windhoek Primary School Head Teachers' Association (WIPSHA) recently donated stationery materials to the Dordabis Primary School as part of its outreach programme to schools in the Khomas Region. "The WIPSHA has requested schools in the region to donate useful items to the school to assist the less privileged learners and to help improve the quality of education at the school," said the chairperson of the organization, Paulus Lewin in a statement. The donation to the school, situated some 90 km outside the capital, forms part of the Government's ETSIP programme. "Education cannot take place in a vacuum. It needs efforts by all stakeholders to bring about the much-needed change. It is only when resources and collective efforts are combined that schools will flourish and quality education will become a reality," Lewin said at the handing over ceremony at the primary school.
2008-05-19 00:00:00 10 years ago