National Service Scheme and SHAPE Attitude Ghana on orientation trail

Final year students in accredited tertiary institutions in the Central Region of Ghana have been advised to be ambassadors in promoting good sanitary practices during their national service assignment. The advice was given by the Director of SHAPE Attitude Ghana at the orientation of final year students of accredited tertiary institutions in Winneba and Cape Coast, who would be going out for their National Service in 2019/20.

Churches urged to act as "brake pads" in halting negative attitudes

Religious societies have been urged to act as brake pads for vehicles or baking yeast for preparing bread in promoting positive attitudes in the communities to maintain clean surroundings. The Project Director of SHAPE Attitude Ghana, Mr Wonderful Baisie Ghartey, gave this advice when he addressed the congregation of the Bethel Methodist Church at Kojo Beedu, a suburb of Winneba, on Sunday 11 November 2018.

The SHAPE Attitude Experience Shared in Zambia

A Zambian TV station “Q-TV”, hosted the Director of SHAPE Attitude Ghana, Wonderful Baisie Ghartey on their Monday morning show on 29th October 2018 to share their experiences on environmental cleanliness. The host of the programme, Mr Nelson Zulu, asked about the objective of SHAPE Attitude Ghana and measures that Ghana has put in place to ensure environmental cleanliness was achieved.