THE Nana Yaw Foundation, a nongovernmental sporting agency, has received sporting equipment from the German Embassy at a ceremony in Accra. The items which included jerseys, footballs, football pumps, shin guards and anklets are to support the youth of the Kintampo South District to discover and harness their talents. 

The Secretary in charge of Commerce at the embassy, Gesine Spatz, expressed the hope that the items would be put good use and for the benefit of the indigenes of the Kimampo South District. She said the embassy was prepared to support the foundation and other well¬meaning civil society organisations in the country. 
The sporting equipment donated are jerseys, footballs, football pumps, guards and anklets Nana Yaw Konadu, who establised the foundation, with enrollment currently around 80 youngsters, said it was formed to combine football and education by ensuring that the youngsters attended school and later returned to training after classes.

He explained that the foundation, with support from the German Embassy, helps the youth of Kintampo South to acquire life skills when they leave school to engage in meaningful economic activities.
Nana Yaw Konadu 
Business executive   
P.O. BOX 283 Abeka                                                         
Accra/ Ghana   
Tel.: Ghana:      00233-243-776026                     
Tel.: Germany:  0049-152-10157587
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