AFW-Lagos: The Anglophone West Africa Province hosts Job Service Office (JSO) Life Skills Training.

(Nigeria – Lagos)- 20/06/2019 to 29/06/2019 -The training which is for nine (9) days and facilitated by Catholic Institute of Education, South Africa, brings together all job Service Officers across Africa for a training on Life skills.

 Fr Krzystof Nizniak welcomed participants on behalf of the Provincial and the entire Anglophone West Africa Province.

 Fr George Tharaniyil, Executive Director DBTech Africa, reminded the JSOs of the fundamental task to prepare themselves well in order to accompany our young people through their career path, prepare them for the world of work and assist them in their quest for meaning in life. 

We thank Don Bosco Tech Africa for investing a lot in our JSOs.

(AFW – Accra) – European Union Business Forum at Movenpick

Ashiaman- Ghana)- 13/06/20 – Don Bosco participated in the European Union Forum to present our training in solar installations, greenhouse management and organic agriculture.

We presented how our work in training and protecting young people is creating a sustainable future.

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(AFW-Ghana) GHACEM Cement Foundation Donates Bags of Cement to Don Bosco Technical Institute Ashiaman.

(Ashaiman-Ghana) – Ghana Cement Foundationa foundation of GHACEM Ghana Limited gives 25,000 bags of cement to 100 educational institutions from 5 regions in the southern part of Ghana at a ceremony in Cape Coast.

Don Bosco Technical Institute Ashiaman is happy to be a beneficiary.

Ghana Cement Limited  has shown great commitment to developing health and educational institutions with its annual donation of cement for infrastructural development.

We say a big thank you to GHACEM CEMENT FOUNDATION.

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(AFW – Nigeria) -13 Best Students Visit 4 Salesian Communities In Nigeria.

(Onitsha – Nigeria) – Don Bosco Secondary School, Obosi has a way of motivating students to excel academically.

The best students automatically get a road trip around some of the communities in Nigeria.

On Sunday 26th May, they moved from Onitsha to the delegation house-Iju Lagos, where they had the opportunity to celebrate the children’s day in one of the parks in Lagos and spent 2 days, on Tuesday 28th May, they moved to Ibadan then to Akure then finally to Ondo community where they spent another 2 days visiting interesting sites around Ondo state!

The students sure have a lot of stories to tell which motivates the other students to work harder to get that trip the next year.

The main criteria is to score all As in their results, while others gave wonderful speeches in the weekly speech presentation, some others performed some extraordinary things!

We want to say thank you to Father Matthew Adetiloye SDB and the teachers at Don Bosco Secondary School Obosi for the good work they are doing in shaping the minds of the next generation.

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You can visit school website to register your ward today.

(AFW-Ghana)- Metropolitan Arcbishop of Accra Archdiocese Most Rev. John Bonventure Kwofie CSSP visit Ashiaman Salesian Community.

(Ashiaman-Ghana),4/06/2019 – It was the day and at exactly 5:30pm was the time when the Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra Archdiocese Most Rev. John Bonaventure Kwofie CSSP paid a pastoral visit to the Salesian communities of Bld Atemide Zatti and St Francis de Sales.

Having been installed Archbishop about three (3) months ago, his visit was to know the Salesian communities in the Archdiocese and their work with young people. Present during his visit were the Confrères of both Salesian communities in Ashaiman, Members of the Provincial Council, lay collaborators and few students from Don Bosco Technical Institute Ashaiman.

Welcome MassThe Archbishop was welcomed by the Provincial Fr Micheal Karrikunnel and all present. At he Chapel of the Provincial House Most Rev. John Bonaventure Kwofie CSSP celebrated Mass with the community.

Meeting With Salesians The meeting which took place at the Provincial House conference room helped Archbishop to know the work of  Salesians in the Archdiocese. 
He saw a video of our activities in Accra Confrères heading different sectors gave more concrete explanations about the mission. Other Confrères working in Liberia and Nigeria also shared about the mission with the young in those countries as Archbishop had some part of his formation there. 

He equally wished Confrères working in The Gambia and Sierra Leone were present to share also about the mission with the young in those countries.
The Archbishop thanked the Salesians for the great work done in the Archdiocese and said He will be calling on the Salesians for assistance as regards capacity training for young people in the Archdiocese to alleviate poverty and unemployment among the youths in the Archdiocese which the Salesians are very willing to collaborate with the Archdiocese. 
He also admonished the Salesians to join him to build the Archdiocese as is stressed “Together let’s build.”

The visit ended with a fraternal meal shared together. With the food prepared by the Catering department of Don Bosco Technical School Ashaiman.
We thank our dear Archbishop for his visit and assure him of our prayers and we will strive more to help young people build up their talent and aptitude to full maturity as they prepare for the field of work.

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