We are a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in Ghana. Our important goals are to address the challenges of the environment through effective community base programs by mobilizing the youth and children in Ghana and Africa, who are the future leaders to learn about climate change and it’s effects to the environment and humans’ live. We take our drive from the Holy Bible in Proverbs 22 verse 6 which says, “Train a child the way he should go and when he grows, he will never depart from it”. More so, we purpose to create awareness in sustainable development and address the challenges of adolescent and youth gender equality in the developing countries.
Ed-Hillary Leeward – Environmental and Climate Activist
A 10 year pupil of Pastor Abaidoo Preparatory and Junior High School in the Greater Accra Region, Odorkor, who is doing amazing things; taking it upon herself to help address the bad sanitation challenges in our country Ghana; especially in the nation’s capital, Accra. Read more
“Attitudinal change is key to putting our environment in order.” The Queen of Sanitation (Environmental and Climate Activist)
On Monday 21st September, 2020, the world Peace day saw a colorful ceremony which was held on behalf of Ed-Hillary Leeward, Sanitation Ambassador branded as the Queen of Sanitation, an environmental activist and 2 others at the Ga Chiefs palace at Sowutuom, a suburb in the Greater Accra Region- Ghana.
The Queen of Sanitation donated Covid-19 medical supplies to Weija-Gbawe Municipal Hospital against covid-19 pandemic to protect frontline health professionals.
Covid-19 pandemic medical supplies sponsorship to the Queen of Sanitation by Hon. Shirley Ayorkor Botchway – the Foreign Affairs Minister, to protect frontline professionals.
The Queen commissions a borehole for three village communities who are in dare need of good drinking water.
The Queen of Sanitation, Ghana Togbe and Lily M at Dansoman beach clean up exercise.
35 Doctors and Nurses on a mission to Ghana to take care of the health needs of Ghanaian citizens. February 2019.
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DEDE says to change our attitude towards filth and knowing the business aspect of it, is the only way to keep Ghana and the Africa continent clean with effective education through good programs.
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