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8th Anniversary of Shape Attitude Ghana Observed

8th Anniversary of Shape Attitude Ghana Observed

SHAPE Attitude Ghana celebrated its 8th Anniversary on Tuesday, 14th June, 2022 with the theme “Sanitation and Aquatic Life”. The occasion was marked with a tour of pupils and teachers from 17 selected basic schools in Winneba, representatives from Ghana Education Service (GES), the Tourism Society of Ghana (TOSOGHA) and members from Shape Attitude Ghana to the estuary of River Ayensu at Sankor, a suburb of Winneba.

SHAPE Attitude Ghana and SACOST observe 2022 World Environment Day

SHAPE Attitude Ghana and the Centre for School and Community Science and Technology Studies (SACOST) of The Institute of Educational Research and Innovation Studies (IERIS), University of Education, Winneba (UEW), held a float and roundtable discussion on the topic “Only one earth: the need to protect it” to mark the 2022 World Environment Day.

 

A section of school pupils marching through the principal streets of Winneba

 

SHAPE Attitude Ghana Participates in the Official Launch of YOTOFEST 2022

SHAPE Attitude Ghana Participates in the Official Launch of YOTOFEST 2022

The Tourism Society of Ghana in collaboration with the Sanitation Taskforce of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) and SHAPE Attitude Ghana has launched the 2022 Youth in Tourism Festival (YOTOFEST).

The launching which marks the third edition of YOTOFEST, took place on Friday, 12th November, 2021, at the North Campus Mini-Conference Room of UEW. It was under the theme “The Youth, Tourism and Sanitation”.   

DO NOT LITTER TO CLEAN

Delegates at the National Service Personnel Association (NASPA) of the Central Region have been tasked to work in ensuring that littering is stopped and responsible disposal of waste encouraged as a long-term and more sustainable way of maintaining environmental cleanliness. The CEO of Shape Attitude Ghana, Wonderful Baisie Ghartey made this call at the NASPA’s Regional Delegates Conference and official unveiling and launching of regional projects in Cape Coast on 23 July 2021.

Awareness creation of improper waste disposal

Final year students of the Department of Theatre Arts of the University of Education, Winneba, (UEW) use Theatre for Development (TFD), a communication tool that uses drama, song, poetry and dance to convey a message to targeted audience.  The aim is to cause behavioural change in the lives of individuals or group in a local geographical area for the purpose of positive social transformation.

 

Seventh (7th) Anniversary of Shape Attitude Ghana Commemorated

Monday, 14th June, 2021 marked the 7th anniversary of SHAPE Attitude Ghana. The theme for the celebration was “Shaping Attitudes Towards Ecosystem Restoration”. The occasion saw a small gathering at the University Practice Schools (UNIPRA) South with representatives from Ghana Education Service, University of Education, Winneba, Forestry Commission as well some students and teachers from UNIPRA and members from SHAPE Attitude Ghana. 

SACOST and SHAPE Attitude Mark 2021 World Environment Day

The Centre for School and Community Science and Technology Studies (SACOST), UEW in collaboration with SHAPE Attitude Ghana, toured some areas at the North Campus of UEW on June 5, 2021 to mark the 2021 World Environment Day (WED). The tour included officials from the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), Ghana Education Service (GES) and Environmental Health and Sanitation Department, Winneba

Prospective National Service Personnel charged to disseminate messages on environmental cleanliness.

Final year students in accredited tertiary institutions receive orientation before they start their mandatory national service. The 2021 pre-service orientation in the Central Region of Ghana which started in March 2021, was organised by the Central Regional Office of the National Service Scheme (NSS). The orientation is meant to prepare the students for their one-year National Service before they are posted to their stations.

University Primary School, Cape Coast, receives trash bins from SHAPE Attitude Ghana

The University Practice Primary School, Cape Coast, received a donation of trash bins, posters and leaflets on environment cleanliness from SHAPE Attitude Ghana on 16th March 2021. Receiving the items, the Headmistress of the school Mrs Georgina Agblobitse, told the pupils of the importance of environmental cleanliness and how it helps to prevent diseases and maintain the beauty of the surroundings. She expressed their gratitude for the donation with a promise that the items will be put to good use and look forward to future collaboration with SHAPE Attitude Ghana.

 

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