Children tackle sanitation issue at FOGET-GNAPS contest
School children from four basic schools in Accra have joined calls for drastic and immediate action to be taken to deal with the sanitation problem in the country
They presented their solutions at the grand finale at the 2018 Foundation for Generational Thinkers (
They undertook field trips to various sites to gather
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At the end of the presentations, the submissions made by S. Sowah Boye School were adjudged the best by a panel of three judges led by Mr Emmanuel Addai, the Chief Executive Officer of Kings Hall Media Limited.
S. Sowah Boye School had 84.6 per cent, followed by the New Generation School, 80 per cent; Joehans Academy, 77.6 per cent and St Charles School, 71 per cent.
For emerging winner, the S. Sowah Boye School was presented with a trophy, a cash of GH¢1,000, a desktop computer, dictionary, certificates for contestants and school,
New Generation School took home GH¢500, a computer printer, a dictionary,
St Charles School received GH¢200, computer printer, dictionary,
In the primary quiz,
In his address, Mr Addai commended the students for exhibiting great knowledge in sanitation issues, adding that “you demonstrated that you have learnt something about sanitation.”
The President of
The Upper Denkyira Municipal Director of Education, Mr Eugene Quashie Yeboah, urged the children to continue to read for their development.