Inlaks, an ICT infrastructure and systems integrator in Sub-Saharan Africa has successfully completed the Kitchen Renovation project at Dzorwulu Special School.
This fully funded government institution caters to intellectually challenged students. The official handover ceremony took place at the school premises, with the senior officials from Inlaks and the school’s management in attendance. The renovation included the construction of a kitchen house, modern state-of-the-art kitchen design, cabinets, tiled floors, and kitchen accessories.
The official handover ceremony held at the school premises was witnessed by senior officials of Inlaks and the Management of the school. The renovation includes the provision of a kitchen house, a state-of-the-art modern kitchen design, cabinets, tiled floors, and kitchen accessories.
Olufemi Muraino, Executive Director of Inlaks, expressed the company’s commitment to supporting communities and institutions for meaningful impact.
He stated, “Inlaks is an inclusive organisation that prioritises human capital development. The welfare of children is paramount in every society, and we are delighted to have completed this facility. This gesture is part of our efforts to support the well-being of children because they play a crucial role in shaping the future. We appreciate the school management for partnering with us on this initiative and giving us the opportunity to make a positive impact.”
Yacoba Amuah, the Country Manager at Inlaks Ghana, added, “At Inlaks our aim is to make a positive difference in people’s lives. We strongly advocate for social work and will continue our efforts to provide welfare and development in communities. We believe that this project will significantly contribute to the well-being of the children by ensuring they have access to well-prepared meals. It brings us joy to see the smiles on their beautiful faces.”
Over the years, Inlaks have built a reputation for effectively supporting the society through various Social Investments. The renovation project is in line with the Social Development Goal 3 of the United Nations, to ensure healthy lives and promote the well-being of all ages.