The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has held its 8th annual thanksgiving provider on the CSIR- Science and Technology Policy Research Institute (STE-PRI) in Accra on Wednesday.
The CSIR is considered one of the vital main medical and tech-nology analysis, building, and implementation organisation in Africa.
The match introduced in combination officers and team of workers of the CSIR, stakeholders and a few clergy, and was once at the theme: “Oh Give Thanks Unto the Lord for He is Good!” (Psalm 107:1).
Welcoming individuals on the match, the Director of CSIR- STE-PRI, Dr Wilhelmina Quaye, mentioned the development introduced an opportu-nity for the CSIR to precise its gratitude to the almighty God regardless of the numerous demanding situations the 12 months introduced.
Despite the demanding situations, Dr Quaye added that the council recorded some important achieve-ments together with a easy transi-tion of energy at each the manage-ment and board ranges.
She additionally highlighted the indi-vidual achievements of a few team of workers who’ve obtained Ph.D. level standing and others who proceed to paintings on new features to ship on their jobs.
The Nine Lessons and Car-ols-styled match equipped a platform for the organisation to take inventory of its actions for the 12 months, and likewise take into account its fallen heroes who handed on within the 12 months.
Delivering a sermon titled ‘From Guilt to thank you’, Rev. Dr Edward Ebo Onumah of the Liv-ing Word Assemblies International Church admonished all to make a planned act of thanksgiving to the Lord whilst eschewing any ten-dencies of guilt because it destroys one’s talent to obtain from the Lord.
As a part of the actions of the day, a unique fundraising force was once initiated to boost budget for the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital which yielded an important amount of cash.
In an end-of-year message, the Director General of the CSIR, Professor Paul Pinnock Bosu echoed the feelings of previous audio system when he additionally expressed gratitude to God for his touring mercies to CSIR employees, council participants, stakeholders, and the federal government.
Prof. Bosu outlines his organ-isation’s plans for the long run and promised to aggressively pursue the CSIR’s four-point time table defined in its Strategic Plan.
He gave particular due to the Greater Accra Regional Minister, Henry Quartey for his interven-tion within the ongoing encroachment of CSIR analysis lands via personal people, particularly the person who took place on the CSIR-Animal Research Institute in Accra.
In a fraternal message, Pro- Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana Legon, Prof. Felix Asante, mentioned his presence on the match was once an indication of the nice collaboration between the 2 eminent organisations and added there will have to be extra such collab-orations someday.
The 8th annual thanksgiving continues an extended custom of organisational togetherness and thanksgiving fostered a number of the 13 analysis Institutes of the Council.
This 12 months’s match was once hosted via CSRI-STEPRI in an atmo-sphere of thankfulness and hope for the long run.
Author: Ghanaian Times