Agogo Presbyterian Women’s College of Education Gets New Principal | General News

Reverend Doctor (Mrs) Grace Sintim Adasi, has been inducted into office as the Principal of the Agogo Presbyterian Women’s College of Education at Agogo, Asante Akyem, in Ashanti.

She becomes the 17th Principal of the College since its establishment in 1931.

In a sermon, Rt. Rev Prof. J.O.Y. Mante, the moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, urged her to raise higher the name of the College.

He told her to be more focused and have a target, saying “life is a race, you need to run and run faster”.

The Moderator told her ”do not fail us, you have been given the baton, you have to run, keep running and run faster, so that at the end of your tenure “you can say you fought the race and won”.

Prof. Kwasi Kwafo Adarkwa, Council Chairman of the College commended her for her academic efforts saying she emerged

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UN General Assembly: How Theirworld campaigned for education as The Key to unlock big change – World

From inspiring speakers at a major digital event to a new toolkit for activists, we ensured the message was carried to leaders and decision-makers.

Education is the key to a better future. That was the message Theirworld carried to the 75th United Nations General Assembly this week, against a backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic and economic challenges.

Our campaigning – including a major digital event on Monday, September 21 – emphasised that education is the most important investment underpinning economic recovery, public health, civic participation and engagement in creating a better world.

Justin van Fleet, President of Theirworld and Executive Director of the Global Business Coalition for Education (GBC-Education), said: “What we see in the news every day demonstrates why it’s important to invest more – not less – in education around the world. It has never been more important to build young people’s capacities for the future.

“Yet, as

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