Secondary, Basic Schools Provides Possible Solutions To Sanitation Problems


March 11, 2023

Some Junior and Senior High Schools in Bono region have develop interest and demonstrated high level skills possible to solve sanitation problems in Ghana and Africa.

They used plastic waste materials such as bottles and sachet water rubbers to manufacture useful household items to solve sanitation problems and also create jobs.

The sachet water rubber rain coat

The schools were Notre Dame Girls Senior High and Basic School, Our Lady of Providence Girls SHS, Serwaa Kesse Girls SHS and Bishop Owusu Girls SHS.

Working under the theme: “The Ghanaian Girl Bringing Changes Through Innovation”, the students used the waste materials to manufacture rain coat, waste bins, tables, stands, pen and pencil boxes, dressing mirror and many more.  

They called themselves “Bono Changemakers” with their focus on the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 4 and 5.

The students showcase their handy works on Friday, March 10, 2023 at the Sunyani Youth Development Association (SYDA) Skills Training Center to motivate their colleague students and other youth in the region.

InspiNest Ghana, a non governmental organization into changing the mindset of young females towards entrepreneurship trained them during its one-year project.

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