SHAPE Attitude Ghana on the Campaign trail
SHAPE Attitude Ghana ceased the opportunity of the “Theatre for Development project” by the final year students of the Department of Theatre Arts from the University of Education, Winneba to propagate SHAPE Attitude’s message of avoiding indiscriminate littering and open defecation in Warabeba Peace Child School on 1st March, 2018. The message was carried by Mr. Binji Seidu Zakaria, team leader of the facilitators from students of Department of Theatre Arts.
Mr. Zakaria took the pupils of Peace Child School through the drama on the 27th February, 2018 and the lessons learnt with question and answer session for some interactive exchanges. Mr. Zakaria donated SHAPE Attitude dustbins and educational materials to the school on behalf of the Director of SHAPE Attitude Ghana.
The pupils of Peace Child School had earlier undertaken clean-up exercises in and around Warabeba as part of the initiative by the students from the University of Education, Winneba.
Warabeba is an island surrounded by the sea and the Barka lagoon. With a dysfunctional toilet, open defecation and other poor sanitary conditions have been a major challenge to the community.