CEO of Shape Attitude Ghana Enlightens Gomoa Akotsi Indigenes on Best Recycling Practices

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Shape Attitude Ghana, Mr. Wonderful Baisie Ghartey, recently visited the community of Gomoa Akotsi to educate and inspire the local indigenes on the importance of adopting best recycling practices.

He gave residents of Gomoa Akotsi insights into the benefits of recycling and its positive impact on the community and the planet.

Mr. Ghartey made the remarks at the launch of a groundbreaking project aimed at promoting environmental sustainability and waste management, orchestrated by a group of students from the Department of Theatre Arts, University of Education, Winneba (UEW). The project, being carried out by the Mutatio Foundation, is titled “Promoting Recycling Practices in Gomoa Akotsi: The Role of Theatre for Development”.

In his capacity as the resource person for the project, Mr. Ghartey showcased innovative recycling techniques and technologies, demonstrating how everyday items like plastic bottles, paper, and glass could be repurposed and reused to reduce waste and conserve resources. He underscored the significance of responsible waste disposal and highlighted the role that each individual could play in contributing to a cleaner and healthier environment.


Mr. Wonderful Baisie Ghartey


Mr. Ghartey expressed his commitment to supporting Gomoa Akotsi in establishing effective recycling systems and initiatives that would not only benefit the environment but also create economic opportunities for the residents. He encouraged collaboration among stakeholders, including government agencies, businesses, and non-profit organisations, to work together towards building a more sustainable and eco-friendly community.

The event drew a large crowd of enthusiastic participants eager to learn more about sustainable living practices and how they can make a difference in their community. Local leaders and environmental advocates also joined Mr. Ghartey in the effort to promote recycling and encourage the indigenes of Gomoa Akotsi to embrace a greener lifestyle.



The CEO of Shape Attitude Ghana's involvement in the project had met with great enthusiasm and appreciation from the local indigenes, who welcomed the opportunity to learn and engage with sustainable practices that could have a lasting impact on their environment. As the community continues to strive towards a cleaner and healthier future, the Mutatio Foundation's initiative serves as a shining example of how education and empowerment can drive positive change at the grassroots level.