WIT donates to Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind

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Women in Tourism (WIT), a group consisting of a cross-section of women organised its end of the year meeting and gala dinner on Sunday December 2, 2018 at the Accra Tourism Information Center.

As part of the activities lined up for their annual end of year meeting and gala dinner, they donated a lot of assorted items to the Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind. The presentation was led by the President of Women in Tourism, Ghana Ambassador Nancy Quartey Sam (Mrs.), and supported by the Minister for Gender and Social Protection, Cynthia Morrison; as well as Members of the Diplomatic Corp and other invited Guests.

The students of the school showcased amazing cultural display to entertain their guests.

This worthy gesture by these hardworking and generous women will definitely go a long way to put smiles on that faces of all these young kids who for one reason or the other find themselves physically challenged. It will also bring some life to the school as the Christmas fast approaches.

Women in Tourism (WIT) is a group that was formed not long ago by Ministry of Tourism to intensify economic independence among Ghanaian women and to bring a much-needed female voice to grow tourism. It is under the leadership of the CEO of Staple Travel & Tours Limited and current President of the Tour Operators Union of Ghana (TOUGHA), Ambassador. Nancy Quartey Sam (Mrs.)

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