STUDENTS TRAINING AND BOOK DONATION

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STUDENTS TRAINING AND BOOK DONATION

Year: May 2017

Description: To donate educational book (Success Equation) to public school libraries and also to train the senior class students on “Craving for Academic Excellence”

Achievement: A total number of 3,298 students and 150 Teacher benefited from the training organized in 10 schools within Education District II, across the 3 zones namely, Ikorodu, Kosofe and Somolu.

Impact: 85% of the students commit to using the library and reading other personal development book other than academics while improving on their performance in academics towards their career goal.

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Movie Screening: He named me Malala

Project Title: Movie Screening, He named Me Malala

 

Year: May 2016

 

Sponsor/Partner: YouthHub Africa

 

Description: The society has made the girl child believe that they are just means for men’s pleasure and as such all girls’ ends in the kitchen and bedroom. But against this backdrop and believe system, using the movie He named Me Malala, we lunch a community awareness campaign that the female child has a right to education as the male and they are instrument to community and economic growth.

 

Achievement: A total number 150 students drawn from 7 schools within Agege Community were engage with the documentary video “He Named Me Malala” to change their orientation that female child does have contributing capacity to the economic growth of a nation.

 

Impact: 5 schools out of the 7 invited schools have conducted a step down engagement on the documentary video for other female children in their school to further encourage them to focus on education in whatever form it comes.

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NO TO PUBLIC SMOKING OF TOBACCO

SMOKING TOBACCO IN PUBLIC PLACES MUST BE BANNED.

FACTS SHEET

1. China produces 36.3% of the total world tobacco production.

2. Every ten (10) seconds, another person dies as a result off tobacco use.

3. Tobacco products are estimated to have caused three million deaths worldwide in the early 1990’s

4. Death toll is increasing and if not addressed , by the year 2020, the number of tobacco related deaths would be as high as ten (10) million deaths per year, with over 70% of this number occurring in developing countries

5. 50% of regular smokers who begin smoking during adolescence will eventually be killed by tobacco.

6. Every cigarette smoked, takes seven (7) minutes off ones life.

7. Smoking is responsible for 90% of lung cancers, 75% of chronic bronchitis and emphysema and 25% of heart diseases

8. In Ghana, about 4200 hectares of land, forming .06% of agricultural land is dedicated to tobacco production.

9. 2500 metric tonnes of tobacco is produced annually in Ghana

10. The tobacco industry employs about 1,121 people in Ghana

11. 35million cigarettes are imported annually none exported.

12. Average cigarette consumption per person is 161 in Ghana

13. 16% of adults and 16.8% of the youth smoke in Ghana

14. Tobacco companies in Ghana pay huge taxes which serves as a source of income for the country.

With the above facts , Ghana stand to lose a lot if tobacco is officially legalised in Ghana.

SAY NO TO PUBLIC SMOKING OF TOBACCO

From
Emmanuel Amarh Ashitey
+233540981328
ashitey.e@gmail.com

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He named Me Malala 2015

Category : Blog

“He Named Me Malala” Movie Screening / STAND#withMalala Advocacy Training by @YouthHubAfrica in partnership with @ARLFoundation |

 

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