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SCHOOL KIT DONATION - ONE CHILD ONE SCHOOL KIT



Easy Trade Africa participated alongside the government and other partners, such as the Chinese Embassy in Côte d'Ivoire, the Confucius Institute, and the REIAC in the 2022-2023 edition of the school kit distribution campaign. The launch took place on Thursday, October 06, 2022, at the modern high school in Cocody, in the presence of authorities at various levels, parents, and other curious people.




H elping low-income households to send their children to school, helping to keep children in school, and having a positive effect on the schooling rate in rural areas is the objective of our campaign to distribute school kits in Ivory Coast, and this is through our Easy Trade Africa Social Responsibility Commission brings a large part to the initiative. On behalf of the year 2022, apart from the traditional distribution of school kits, EASY TRADE AFRICA has planned to make a special donation of kits to students of Cocody Modern High School in Ivory Coast.




To stick to its tradition of Back To School, EASY TRADE AFRICA distributes 50 school kits in public primary schools in several national departments across the national territory during a tour with its respective teams.






Echoing Nelson Mandela's quote: "Education is the most powerful weapon that can be used to change the world," the representative of EASY TRADE AFRICA in Ivory Coast, Mr. Israel Gba Franck, points out that education remains a major challenge for the development of Ivory Coast. And according to him, despite the great improvements in recent years, the rate of schooling of children, especially little girls, remains to be improved.





This, therefore, justifies, according to his words, the presence of the Social Responsibility Commission of Easy Trade Africa alongside the Chinese Embassy in Ivory Coast, the Confucius Institute, the REIAC, and other actors in the educational world.

Mr. Israel Gba Franck, therefore, assured teachers, parents, and students of the support of Easy Trade Africa.




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