The Ganta United Methodist School recently dedicated a multipurpose science laboratory to enhance learning at the institution.
The science lab contains two compartments for biology and chemistry and a computer lab.
The school’s principal, Pastor Roger Domah, put the cost at over US$30,000. He explained that the project was funded by partners in the United States including missionary Ken Delker. The United Methodist Church of North Carolina is planning to supply some vital equipment.
He said the administration decided to build the lab in order to give the students a greater chance to be proficient in science courses, as well as computer knowledge.
Pastor Domah explained that the laboratory is open to the public and urged all the schools to make use of it.
The Herbert Zegboe Science Building is one of the best laboratories to be built in Nimba County in recent times, Pastor Domah said.