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This project was initiated, supported and sponsored by Waste to Wonder; UK.The project aim is to provide the contents of multiple of good quality used office furniture, auxiliary items, and equipment to enhance effective teaching and learning through our School Furniture Donation Programme.

The Foundation has donated 30 Task chairs,40 pedestal, 15 cupboards,500 files, 100 monitors, system Units, keyboards 50 notice boards, 10 dustbins, Sanitizers etc. Pupils were constraints when it came to logistics to help in the delivery of quality education. The Foundation has impacted the lives of children, their families and communities. These have brought a lot of joy and relief to many families and educational institutions, including Adventist Junior high School in Techiman.

through, the waste to wonder (School in a box project) the foundation has raised funds to construct 30 beehives and trained 35 persons in the Woraso community on beekeeping. The main objective is to help the teeming unemployed youth to find sustainable employment in beekeeping.

in rural communities, 9 out 10 girls are unaware of their menstrual cycle. The Sanitary pads are a simple necessity, yet many young girls within the project areas were going without them. The costs of these products make them inaccessible for many low income families to struggle to make ends meet. Prior to the shipments many girls within the project areas were using unhygienic or unsanitary materials like clothes and tissue papers which sometimes give them infections. The Foundation has donated sanitary pads to 200 teenage girls in deprived communities and trained them on how to fix sanitary pads and how to dispose of them after use, from the proceeds of furniture from Waste to Wonder,UK. The Program has already increased productivity time of girls in class and eradicated menstrual related stress.

A lot of schools in Ghana use the old aged blackboard system. The long use of these chalk and boards has adversely affected the eyes of many teachers which has caused visual impairment in most of the teachers from the dust. The Foundation with partnership with Waste to Wonder ,UK ,is gradually changing the narratives with whiteboard.