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Green Ghana Project: Worlasi joins Vodafone Ghana to plant trees

Green Ghana Project: Worlasi joins Vodafone Ghana to plant trees

In a bid to bolster the govern­ment’s Green Ghana initiative, Vodafone Ghana embarked on a tree planting exercise, demon­strating its commitment to envi­ronmental preservation.

The event, held at the Accra Girls SHS, was attended by a diverse group of participants, including VGMA Green Award winner Worlasi, staff of Ayawaso North Municipal Assembly, Agro Ecom, staff of the Vodafone Ghana Foundation, the HR Direc­tor of Vodafone Ghana, Hannah Ashiokai Akrong, and the Director for Legal and External Affairs at Vodafone Ghana, Preba Green­street.

Preba Greenstreet emphasised the company’s dedication to envi­ronmental stewardship.

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“As custodians of our planet, we have a solemn duty to protect and preserve it. Vodafone’s nation­wide presence provides us with an opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to sustainability and to actively contribute to greening Ghana,” she said.

Mr Greenstreet further high­lighted the company’s vision of providing environmental benefits wherever it operates.

“We aim to plant trees that will offer shade, sustenance, and fruits, contributing to a greener Ghana, cleaner air, beautiful scenery, and improved mental health,” she added.

The event also saw the par­ticipation of Accra Girls SHS, represented by Assistant Head of Administration, Gladys Kuetuadu.

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She revealed that the high school has been actively involved in the Green Ghana initiative since its inception.

“We have successfully main­tained 90 per cent of our trees,” she announced, expressing opti­mism about the partnership with Vodafone Ghana to expand the country’s green cover.

Ms. Kuetuadu also appealed to the Vodafone Ghana Founda­tion to assist in refurbishing the school’s ageing structures to pre­vent the need for new construction that could lead to the uprooting of mature trees and the destruction of the school’s virgin forest.

Source: www.spotonnews.net

Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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