Mr Joseph Abu Baka, Operations Manager, AMS (left) Presenting the Computers to Prof Anthony Simons, Pro Vice Chancellor
On Tuesday, 15th March, 2022, the University of Mines and Technology received ten (10) HP 290 G4 Mircrotower PC sets worth US$20,000.00 as donation from African Mining Services (AMS) to facilitate teaching, learning and research work in the University. The donation which was done by Mr Joseph Abu Baka, Operations Manager, and Mr Solomon Kwofie, Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Manager together with some officers of AMS, was in response to the request of the University for such assistance.
Mr Joseph Abu Baka remarked that as part of African Mining Services’ Corporate Social Responsibility to making their host communities better off, it is committed to training members of these communities with the required knowledge to improve quality education and healthcare.
The Pro Vice Chancellor, Prof Anthony Simons, expressed gratitude to African Mining Services and assured that the computers will be used for the intended purposes. He then appealed to AMS to support the University with student hostel accommodation and classroom facilities.
Prof Anthony Simons, Pro Vice Chancellor (left) Sharing Thoughts with Mr Joseph Abu Baka, Operations Manager, AMS
Mr Joseph Abu Baka reassured that AMS will come through for the University on its requests for support for academic work and research.
Group Photograph after the Donation
Source: University Relations Office