Grand Lahou receives 3,000 school kits Didier Drogba Foundation of
The Regional Directorate of Education (DREN) in the region of large bridges is part of the happy elected among those who received school kits offered by Didier Drogba Foundation in the 2014-2015 school year. In total, 3,000 school kits were distributed to students at CP CM this DREN.
The ceremony of these gifts was held Friday, October 24, 2014 inside the school complex Lahou II of the city of Grand Lahou in the presence of administrative and political authorities, among them the Deputy Mayor Mr Djaya Jean and the Secretary General Prefecture, Mr. Kone Tamkoli Benedict, representing the Prefect.
Students are many out Friday afternoon there, in the courtyard of the school group Lahou II. And soon the cheers of schoolchildren followed by large dust clouds gave way to the calm that prevailed earlier in the morning in the said establishment.
The happiest trademarks of personalities this gift of surrender of the Didier Drogba Foundation was Mr. Mayor of the town of Grand Lahou. Mr. Jean Djaya welcomed this gesture of reaching Didier Drogba at the location of their local school children, and appealed to all other sports so that they follow the lead of Didier Drogba: "I encourage more sports Ivory Coast Didier Drogba to do as for the happiness of the Ivorian school, "he said.
An initiative approved by the Secretary General Prefecture, which, in addition to the Ivorian athletes called to mobilize as Drogba, called all the people that matter in the city of Grand Lahou to encourage such projects.
The Secretary General of the Didier Drogba Foundation has presented about her school kit offered by the Foundation, consisting of a bag, geometric tools, pens, blanket, but mostly books bearing the image of Didier Drogba accompanied a message encouraging students to work. Guy Roland TANOH then proceeded to the symbolic delivery of school kits to the authorities, while urging them to make good use and good distribution.
It is in a heated atmosphere by the artist Serges Beynaud who cheered the children that the gift of surrender was completed, taking appointments for the next school year in other places.