OUR NEW TREASURER’S VIEW OF WULUGU – NOVEMBER 2017
It is now just over a year since I became Treasurer for WULUGU. Two things have amazed me during this time. Firstly, the realisation that money raised in Sterling in the UK and spent in Ghana goes much further than the same money would do here. Not five times further, nearer twenty-five times further in some cases. Secondly, I have been amazed by what has been
achieved both in the past and also in the last year.
With the help of our supporters, both individuals and grants, this last year alone WULUGU has been able to build:
- A new Junior High School – Lukula.
- Complete another school where local funds had run out – Boamasas.
- This is in addition to carrying out major repairs to five existing schools and providing equipment to many others.
All of this sterling work is reported in the November 2017 newsletter. This has been made possible by a small band of very enthusiastic people working together and with the valued support of the communities that benefit from all of these efforts. Many thanks to all who help, both here and in Ghana.