Noble Selorm Dzre Participates in YEA Foundation’s Maiden Book Reading Challenge

Noble Selorm Dzre Participates in YEA Foundation’s Maiden Book Reading Challenge

 

Noble Selorm Dzre, a data analyst, educator, and graphic designer, participated in the YEA Foundation’s Maiden Book Reading Challenge on December 13, 2022. The challenge was organized by Ethel Ashong-nuga, the Executive Director of the YEA Foundation, and was held in the Shai Osudoku District.

 

The event was designed to inspire young learners to cultivate the habit of reading and was attended by students from the community. Dzre, who is also a junior mentor at the Databank Foundation and a CPD & Membership Associate at the Ghana Society for Education Technologies, was invited to participate as a judge.

 

He spoke about the impact that his own first competition had on his life and encouraged the participants and student audience to take something significant from the program.

 

Read the original post below as published on his Facebook handle

 

YEA’s Maiden Book Reading Challenge- December 13, 2022

 

What started as a conversation with my good friend and former colleague over lunch at work is now history. She wanted to organize an educative programme for the students in her community, one thing led to the other. She pulled through…

 

In response to an honorary invitation as a judge, I joined the Executive Director of the YEA Foundation, Ethel Ashong-nuga , at Ayikuma in the Shai Osudoku District for their maiden Book Reading Challenge. An initiative to inspire young learners in her community to cultivate the habit of reading.

 

Happy to have been a part of this impactful initiative. I still recall my first competition in JHS. I know how it impacted my life and the role it played in motivating me to want to learn more to achieve more. I’m sure the participants and student audience took something significant from the programme.

 

A little step, a little impact, a little sacrifice, makes the world a better place.

 

Keep leading, @Ethel.”

 

 

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