GREEN FOR GHANA
+233 242 152 989
+233 206 560 622
+233 209 055 777
C22/26 2nd Freetown link;
“It is not enough to prepare our children for the future . . .
we must prepare the future for our children.”
Kids Going Green for Ghana (KGGG) is a youth-based, environmental organization designed to raise the awareness of Ghanaian children (and adults) about the urgent necessity of protecting and maintaining the environmental integrity of Mother Ghana. Our goal is to raise awareness concerning environmental sustainability and waste reduction strategies through education of students. This advocacy is done through large-scale projects and partnerships with schools in the greater Accra region. We are an organization that aims to better the environment for children and all citizens for years to come, and to change the perception of trash and its disposal.
We are a young organization with the urge to increase our capacity steadily in order to reach as many children as we can; first in the Greater Accra region then spreading to the whole of Ghana. We are invested in transforming the patterns that negatively affect Ghana today, such as poor waste disposal and lack of education on the issue. Despite outside factors that are out of many citizens’ control, K3G wants to give power to the community through enlightening, interactive events, and education.
The Trash to Treasure Project is all about helping schools create a campus-wide culture of conservation. We believe in a teamwork approach that includes students, teachers, parents, custodian and administrators. Our long term goal is to help and equip every Ghanaian student at every grade level (from pre-school through university) develop a tailor-made “Go Green” plan to help conserve resources, reduce waste and promote sustainability.
Doing this will allow us to create a cleaner, safer environment to improve the living conditions and overall health of residents in Ghana. Private companies are in business in Accra to help manage and collect waste but this could be done in a more effective way if residents began practicing proper separation of their trash.
+233 242 152 989 / +233 206 560 622 /+233 209 055 777
C22/26 2nd Freetown link; Okponglo Junction/East Legon
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