ASA savings and loans collaborate with Cape Coast Nursing and Midwifery college to green campus

ASA savings and loans collaborate with Cape Coast Nursing and Midwifery college to green campus

ASA Savings and Loans Limited is collaborating with the Cape Coast Nursing and Midwifery College to re-green the campus of the college.


The company has donated 200 seedlings of various tree species, including coconut, citrus, guava, sweet apple, molier, umbrella tree, militia, and prekese. 

The initiative was part of ASA Savings and Loans' corporate social responsibility efforts, aimed at fostering environmental sustainability.

The management members  from both the Cape Coast Nursing and Midwifery College and ASA Savings and Loans joined students to plant the trees.

The area manager for Petro at ASA Savings and Loans, Gideon Asante Yeboah, said the commitment plant and nurture the trees was designed to ensure that the trees would thrive and contribute to the greening of the campus and reduce erosion on the campus.

He observed a troubling trend on the campus: many trees were either dying or being cut down by individuals.

Mr. Yeboah stressed that reversing the decline in tree cover was essential for improving the campus's environment, making it more sustainable and enjoyable for students and staff. 

Sustainability Manager for ASA Savings and Loans, Mr. Richard Nartey, highlighted the critical role of the environment in all human activities.

 He remarked, "Everything we do goes on within the environment; however, it is important to preserve the environment. We live within the environment, so if our mindset is focused solely on profit without ensuring the environment is clean, we would all suffer health issues or worse. We need clean air to function properly."

He further appealed to the students, urging them to plant at least one tree in their lifetime and ensure its survival. This, he believed, would contribute significantly to environmental sustainability.

The Head of Administration at the Cape Coast Nursing and Midwifery College, Ms. Hagar Takyie, applauded ASA Savings and Loans for their participation in the tree-planting initiative.

 She noted that the trees would not only beautify the school but also serve as a source of food due to the diverse species provided.

The Public Relations Officer of the school and a level 100 registered nurse, Ms. Dumaiya Tahiru Issaka, expressed her appreciation to ASA Savings and Loans. 

She therefore, appealed to her colleagues to ensure that the project would be well-nurtured and protected, emphasizing the long-term benefits of the initiative for the school community.

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