As part of the project to equip libraries in Mozambique, Access Bank offered books to the secondary schools in Tete and Muatala, in the provinces of Tete and Nampula, respectively.
The initiative, carried out in partnership with Alcance Editores, took place on Tuesday, January 31st, and will facilitate studies and research actions to more than 14 thousand students in the two schools.
The book delivery ceremonies, which coincided with the official opening of the 2023 school year, brought together more than 500 people, including parents, students, partners, and members of the government.
The Managing Director of Access Bank Mozambique, Marco Abalroado, said that ?the equipping of libraries and the donation of books to schools is an action that has been developed continuously, reflecting the Bank?s bet on the education of the younger generations in Mozambique?
We intend to stimulate the habit of reading among students, helping them to acquire more knowledge and have greater school success? said the same responsible.
Sérgio Arroz, manager of the Access Bank branch in Tete, referred that ?the Bank intends to support the development of an increasingly educated society, promoting, for this purpose, the access to books, guiding the students in understanding the themes that have been gaining more importance for the development of the communities?, he said.
Reading is the fastest and most efficient way in the search for knowledge. We hope that students and teachers make good use of this material and keep it in good conditions for the benefit of the entire student community? said, in turn, Saidata Aly, manager of the Access Bank Branch in Nampula.
Access Bank Mozambique started the project of equipping libraries nationwide in June 2022, having already covered the provinces of Nampula, Tete, Maputo and Beira. The initiative reflects the Bank's commitment to Mozambique, showing that it is a dedicated institution committed to contributing to the education of Mozambicans.
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