Speaking to a delegation from Let’s Do It Ghana and the Ghana Wildlife Society, key partners of the World Clean Up Day in Ghana, the Australian High Commissioner, H.E Gregory Andrews mentioned that, the World Clean Up project is a step in the right direction and the need for all individuals to participate and to contribute their quota in their small ways.
Though the main World Clean UP Day for 2021, slated for September 18th will take place at the Laboma beach in Accra on the Labadi stretch, he emphasized that Parliamentarians, Municipal Chief executives, and heads of other organizations can also lead the change by mobilizing in their communities for an effective Clean-Up to inspire an everyday safe sanitation practice in the country.
The Australian High Commissioner believes there’s much to be done regarding sanitation in Ghana, therefore the need for all to come on board to play their part. He stated that the High Commission is doing its best by motivating young people into simple recycling activities that eventually bring to them some economic benefits.
At the meeting were Mrs. Kate Opoku, Country Director, Let’s Do It Ghana, Mr. Lambert Donkor, Communications Manager, and Miss Georgina Antwi, Conservation Manager at the Ghana Wildlife Society, a non-profit conservation organisation.