Friends and well-wishers donate to Shape Attitude Ghana

Friends of the Founder of Shape Attitude Ghana and well-wishers donated cash and materials totalling two thousand six hundred Ghana cedis to support Shape Attitude Project in October and November 2015

Mr S.S. Gborbidzi donated GHC1,500.00 to support activities of the project. Mr Gborbidzi’s donation was in fulfilment of his pledge to support the project which he sees as an important step to addressing the littering problem in the country. Mr Gborbdzi got to know the project at its preparatory stage in 2013 when the director of Shape Attitude Ghana met him at the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) office in Cape Coast as the Regional Officer.  He  has since been following up on progress of the project and felt it was time to lend his support.

Mr Andrew K. Asamoah Jnr donated GHC200.00 as his personal contribution to the project. Mr Asamoah Jr and his father Mr Andrew K. Asamoah Snr have supported the project right from its preparatory stage to the implementation. They travel from Accra to Winneba to attend meetings organised by Shape Attitude Ghana and follow the progress of the project with keen interest. Mr Asamoah Snr through his Company A&C Development Company had made cash donation earlier on.

Ms Joana Eshun donated 10 trash bins valued at GHC200 to support the project’s sensitisation drive in schools. Ms Eshun gave the donation when the Founder of Shape Attitude Ghana visited the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, Winneba, on an awareness campaign and donated a trash bin to the church. Ms Eshun stated that she has been following progress of the project since 2013 when the Founder made his first appearance at a meeting of the Akwantufo Welfare Club of Winneba as part of his consultations for the project development. She said that from 2013 to 2015 she has observed the enthusiasm with which the project activities are being implemented and felt her support will contribute to the success of the project.

Mr Sodiq Sulaiman, a friend and a staff at the United Nations Office in Geneva donated 64 T-shirts estimated at GHC700.00. Mr Sulaiman pledged to donate the T-shirts for young school children to support the project when he came to know the objectives of the project with young children from ages 3 and 4 as the primary target group.  The T-shirts were delivered at Winneba during Mr Sodiq’s short trip to Ghana in November 2015. Mr Sodiq was accompanied by his fiancé, Ms Fatimat Lawal, and Mr Emmanuel Woode from UNAIDS Headquarters in Geneva. Mr Woode was the first to donate to Shape Attitude Ghana through wire transfer in September 2015.

Mr. Sodiq Sulaiman


Ms Joana Eshun


Mr Emmanuel Woode


Mr Andrew K. Asamoah Jnr

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