Promoting Literacy, Environmental health, and Community support in Glefe, Ghana

Update posted by LaToya Brackett On Aug 29, 2018

"Toilets are hard to come by in Ghana. The country has been performing abysmally with sanitation coverage of only 15 percent, making the practice of open defecation a key sanitation challenge because people do not have access to key basic facilities. Glefe Youth Ghana is building a 10 seater toilet facility with mechanised boreholes and solar panels for the Glefe community.You too can support what we do by donating to us and sharing our fund-raising site far and wide. Be part of change." -- Ishmael Hammond

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Update posted by LaToya Brackett On Aug 03, 2018

We want to thank those that have donated. The current amount will be used to replace about half of the roof that is currently falling apart. The location is right on the ocean and the area suffers from various environmental issues that make having a secure roof that much more important.

Please continue to share the campaign, and tell your network that even $1 helps. 1 US dollar is almost 4 Ghanaian Cedis. When the roof is replaced we'll update you.

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What an amazing project!

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Backed with $200.00 On Jul 31, 2018

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Backed with $20.00 On Jul 29, 2018

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Backed with $15.00 On Jul 16, 2018

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Backed with $25.00 On Jul 07, 2018

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