Mr. Godwin Avenorgbo, the Director of Communication of Melcom Group of Companies, outdoored ultra modern washroom to improve on the sanitation conditions in most Ghanaian schools.
The move in according to the company forms part of Melcoms Corporate Social Responsibility.
The PRO of the Group stated that the company is happy of these modern and latest designed washroom uniits for distribution to various schools in Ghana for the use of pupils and students at various levels of the Educational Ladder.
They would recall that in 2019 as part of planned projects to give back to society in celebrating 30 successful years of Melcom business operations in Ghana they named a top priority item that they hope would bring relief to many deprived schools in the delivery of water and sanitation services.
He continued by saying that, after the glamorous event at the Black Star Square in Accra where brand new tear rubber Renault Kwid Authentique 5 Seater Hatchback Cars were presented to 30 winners spread through all regions of Ghana as a climax to the earlier raffle prizes namely Bajaj Motor Bikes, Lenovo Laptops, Bruhm Refrigerators, Akai Chest Freezers, Nasco Air Conditioners, Akai LED TV Sets, Samsung Galaxy Mobile Phones, Akai Microwaves and One Thousand Ghana Cedis Shopping Vouchers with each of these prizes going for 30 winners.
The 1st batch of Beneficiary institutions selected across the country include Nsawam Senior High School, Nsawam Methodist Primary and JHS, Akatsi College of Education, Tefle Primary and JHS, Sokpoe D/A Primary and JHS, Tema Community 5 No. 1 TMA Primary B School, Accra Wesley Girls Senior High School and Accra St. Theresa’s School Complex.
The next batch of schools will be those in need, identified from the other regions in Ghana.
Each unit comes with raised concrete platform for mounting Portable Water Closet, Bio Digester to connect to sewage line. 2,200 Litres Overhead water tank, Water Pump with booster per overhead Plumbing for inter connection.
Mr. Godwin Avernogbo revealed that Melcom will be mounting as many as 64 units nationwide at a total cost of about five hundred Thousands Ghana Cedis.