The Seeds of Sovereignty, a Cape Coast based mostly Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) has launched a challenge to advertise good sanitation and hygiene practices to empower the subsequent technology to connect significance to the atmosphere.
Dubbed “Seeds of Sovereignty Nkabom Sanitation and Beautification programme”, the challenge goal youngsters between the ages of 5 to sixteen years and hope to instill in them the ideas and good values of sanitation and hygiene practices to consciously create a tradition of excellent environmental practices among the many youth.
The thought in keeping with Mr Ahmahtsiyahu Ben Yisrael, Government Director of Seeds of Sovereignty, was to display that clear and good sanitation practices have been achievable in Africa if tackled from the correct perspective.
Talking to the media after three hours of unpolluted up train at Ansapetu, a neighborhood within the Cape Coast North Constituency, Mr Yisrael defined that the challenge took inspiration from Rwanda’s “Umaganda” Nationwide clean-up, which had far made Rwanda the cleanest nation in Africa.
This, he mentioned was a significant accomplishment which may very well be replicated in Ghana and different elements of the Continent to enhance environmental sanitation, beautify communities and enhance normal high quality of life by way of the ability of cooperative works.
Mr Yisrael subsequently referred to as on different NGO’s and Cooperate Establishments in Africa to accomplice with the Seeds of Sovereignty to maintain the challenge which he believed would change minds, empower the subsequent technology of Africans to connect higher significance to the atmosphere to create clear cities.
He inspired different organisations to institute initiatives that demonstrated African solidarity, whereas hoping that the “Nkabom” challenge may very well be replicated all through Ghana and Africa.
“The objective is to make Cape Coast clear. We wish to display that we will come collectively in unity to scrub our nation. That is us working collectively cooperatively to display that we as residents can hold our nation clear,” he mentioned.
Exercising and diet in addition to instructing distinctive and wholesome ideas have been included into the programme.
Aleta Yasharala, Supervisor of the “Nkabom” challenge, mentioned the clean-up train can be carried out within the final Sunday of the Month and implored the individuals to assist create a clan Cape Coast.