The Kwadaso Cluster of Schools in Kumasi has benefitted from a generous donation of an elevated 1800 litre water reservoir to help ensure the availability of clean water to pupils there.
Hitherto, pupils, particularly of the Ohwimase MA School which is one of the schools in the cluster, were faced with serious water challenges.
They had to travel to the next community to get potable water, a situation that took a huge toll on academic activities.
The donation was made possible through a collaborative effort of the Junior Chamber International (JCI) Garden City and the University Hall (Katanga) of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi.
Handing the facility over to the school, JCI Garden City President, Gideon Owusu Yeboah, admonished the school to develop a maintenance culture to enhance the lifespan of the reservoir.
Headmistress of the school, Adwoah Adyei Boahene expressed relief, describing it as a timely solution to their water problems.