KNUST: The Hulede Foundation Empowers Underprivileged Students and Enhances Education in Ghana

KNUST: The Hulede Foundation Empowers Underprivileged Students and Enhances Education in Ghana

The Hulede Foundation, a non-governmental organization based in the United States, is dedicated to assisting talented yet disadvantaged students in their pursuit of higher education. Recently, the foundation generously provided financial support to 250 students at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) to help them settle their outstanding fees.

These students, enrolled in various programs and at different academic levels, were facing the challenge of clearing their fees in order to continue their educational journey. However, the foundation intervened remarkably, easing their financial burdens.

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To assess the impact of the support on the students’ lives, the foundation’s founders organized a seminar on the university campus last Friday. This gathering allowed the beneficiaries to interact with the foundation’s representatives and express their gratitude. During the session, emotions ran high as some students shared the difficulties they faced due to their inability to pay their fees.

Ms. Mauduana Ama Menyah, the current Editor in Chief of a newsletter managed by the Hulede Foundation, expressed her profound appreciation. She emphasized that without the timely assistance, her educational aspirations might have abruptly ended after losing her father during her second year of studies.

Ms. Menyah also encouraged her fellow beneficiaries to honor the foundation’s gesture by giving back to society and dedicating their lives to volunteer work, aiming to bring about positive change.

Theodora Oduro, the Senior Assistant Registrar for Student Affairs and Financial Services (SAFS) at KNUST, conveyed her heartfelt gratitude to the foundation on behalf of the beneficiaries. She commended the organization for its life-changing educational support and underscored the positive impact it has had on the students’ academic pursuits.

In addition to the financial aid provided to KNUST students, the Hulede Foundation also inaugurated a mechanized borehole and an accompanying water reservoir for the Amakom Cluster of Schools in Amakom on the same day. This infrastructure project aims to improve the sanitary conditions for the pupils, further exemplifying the foundation’s commitment to enhancing education and well-being within local communities.

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