The Ghana Education Service (GES) has instructed all Heads of Public Second Cycle Institutions to return all near-expiry food products to the National Food Buffer Stock Company (NAFCO).
Responding to a request by NAFCO to retrieve all near-expiry food products from the Public Second Cycle Institutions, the GES has ordered all Regional Directors of Education to communicate the information to the District Heads of Schools.
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According to a 17th April 2020 letter, signed by the Director-General of the GES, Prof Opoku Amankwa, the heads are to make sure that all outstanding food items in the schools should be returned to the designated warehouses of the NAFCO.
He further indicated that heads of schools should ensure that proper documentation is kept on all such stocks returned to the designated warehouses for record and auditing purposes.
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