The European Union Delegation to Ghana donated a cinema van to Ghana’s National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) to support the commission’s public education campaigns. The van will boost the the commission’s audiovisual media capacity, and enable the NCCE to reach out to Ghanaians through documentaries, films, and audio-recordings, pre-recorded voice messages and live street or community announcements.

The cinema van was provided under the EU’s Accountability, Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Program. The vehicle was designed for the difficult roads and local terrain in Ghana, making it robust for use in all parts of Ghana. It also comes furnished with the needed equipment for all operational situations.

Head of the European Union (EU) Delegation to Ghana, Ambassador Diana Acconcia described NCCE as having a key role in mobilizing society on matters of concern for citizens. Ambassador Acconcia said EU was proud of its partnership in supporting NCCE and hoped the vehicle would meeting the educational needs of Ghanaians who tend to be left, especially un urban, peri-urban and rural communities.

Mrs. Josephine Nkrumah, Chairman of NCCE, received the van and thanked the EU Delegation in Ghana for the gift. Mrs. Nkrumah said the van would support the NCCE’s efforts at reaching out to people who do not have access to modern media.

Team Leader of the Accountability, Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Program Mrs. Ana Sánchez witnessed the donation and commissioning.

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