About Me: Hello world,my name is Otimpong Elorm.I am a Ghanaian.I am a volunteer teacher in a farming community in Ghana.Am just a high school graduate, and I completed in 2013.Since I can't further up my education,I decided to share my High School educational knowledge with the poor kids in my village who cannot read or write and also cannot afford their educational needs.For the past years after my completion, I have been helping this kids with the help of 4 other friends.We dont have Trained teachers since the school was established by a politician as a gift to the subsistence farming community. Our Elders have write to agencies to support but we only get few number of desks and few teaching materials.So i took to my self as the Headmaster of the (Everest D/A Primary School to share with friends on Facebook and other places for support, but truly we get some boxes of crayons,pens,pencils, papers.But we still lack a lot of things in my school,my kids never know what a computer is,all the see is in books and maybe televisions.We dont have clean water,we dont have enough desks to sit on.At times we must combine two classes to one class and make the kids sit with thier friends,but since I got to know www.getdohelp.com,I pray their support through your donations and support we will at least be called the 21st century school in my village. United we stand,divided we fall.May God bless you all for your support and prayers. long live www.getdohelp.com and all those who are reading my profile. Otimpong Elorm.
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Hello my dear friends around the world. My name is Otimpong Elorm.I am a Ghanaian by birth. I am working as a Volunteer Teacher in my small farming community called Old Baika in the Oti Region of Ghana.
I am teaching and supporting 125 kids with 4 other Volunteer teachers in the village. The name of the school is called EVEREST D/A PRIMARY SCHOOL. The school starts from kindergarten to grade 5. The school was built by a member of parliament from our area with only few desks, teacher’s guides, books and few other educational materials. At first, the school starts with 16 kids, 6 boys and 10 girls. Now we have 125 kids which all we have as learning materials at first are not able to help both we the volunteer teachers and the kids. This makes us to combine two classes as one class because of lack of tables/desks. We have written to Educational agencies and NGOs to help us, since the member of parliament is no more in political power, we lack a Read More...