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Shape Attitude Ghana Commemorates World Environmental Day with Students.

Shape Attitude Ghana, an NGO advocating on Sanitation, Hygiene, Attitude, and Practices for a Clean Environment (SHAPE) in local communities to change their attitude towards keeping their surroundings clean and eventually build a sustained habit towards environmental cleanliness has commemorated World Environmental Day with students of Winneba Don Bosco school.

The NGO also celebrated its 10th anniversary alongside the world environmental day.

Shape Attitude Ghana, also collaborated with the Ghana Education Service, University of Education, Winneba, Effutu Municipal Assembly, Effutu Traditional Council, and Zoomlion, Winneba, to plant trees as part of the event.

At the momentous ceremony, the CEO and Funder of Shape Attitude Ghana Mr Wonderful Baisie Gharteytey urged the public to keep their environment tidy.

Voice of Ghana Mr. Wonderful Baisie Gharteytey

Effutu Omanhene Neenyi Ghartey 7th who Chaired the occasion additionally urged the public to conserve the environment for future generations.

Voice of Neenyi Ghartey 7th

The Vice Chancellor of UEW was represented by Prof. Frimpong Kaakyire Duku, principal of, the College for Distance and E-learning, UEW also uses the Anniversary to urge the students present to be agents of the protection of the environment.

Voice of Prof Frimpong Kaakyire Duku

Some of the students also shared what they had learned with Nyce News.

Voice of students

Story by Sir Amo

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