SELL EMBARKS ON CLEAN UP CAMPAIGN TO MARK EARTH DAY
22). The activity which began at the Jubilee Park had participants set out in groups. Clad in Earth Day branded t-shirts, they cleaned and collected littered rubbish and desilted choked gutters along Absa Bank, Central Mosque, Post Office to Vodafone, Post Office to ADB, through to Nagasaki
The initiative was in partnership with like-minded organizations including, Make A Difference (MAD) Ghana, Sagnarigu Youth Parliament, Northern Regional Youth Network (NRYN), Camfed Association (CAMA), Yumzaa Foundation, Lavish AiD Foundation, Friends of Hope Foundation, Youth Action Movement and waste management entity Zoomlion Ghana. Participants also created awareness on the threats to our environment and the need to take action towards protecting our earth. About two hundred (200) people participated in the clean-up exercise.
SELL's Cluster Team Holds World Earth Day Celebration
SELL Programme Ghana’s commissioned volunteers of the Garu cluster team under the Navrongo-Bolgatanga zone of the Upper East Region organized an awareness raising program on Care for the Earth for students of Fr. Morin and Duri Junior High Schools in the Garu District, Friday April 23. The students were taken through sessions which educated them on the threats to the earth, the importance of environmental protection and the need to care for the earth. About two hundred (200) students benefitted from Earth Day branded exercise books. On Saturday, April 24, together with some youth, they embarked on a clean-up exercise in the Holy Angels Parish and later engaged in a conversation on Garu-based radio station Quality FM, where they discussed the need to care for our common home. All the activities were part of World Earth Day 2021 celebration.
SELL Holds Workshop in Tatale
The workshop which took place at the parish library in Tatale focused on the Self Awareness unit of the SELL Programme. Our trained volunteers facilitated the various sessions. One (1) resource team member attended
as support person. The program helped the participants recognize their gifts and talents and
the call to 'know one's self.' Forty-two (42) young adults participated in the workshop.