Rotary Club, Kumasi Cut Sod For The Construction Of A Ten Seater Micro Flush Toilet

The Rotary Club of Kumasi as part of their charitable works, has cut sod for the construction of a ten seater micro flush toilet facility for the Day Students at Kumasi Anglican Senior High School in the Kumasi Metropolis.

The project is expected to be completed in 3 months time.

The cost of the project is $10,000 with funding from the Rotary Foundation.

The project is in partnership with the Salem Rotary Club, Virgina, USA and is being sponsored by various rotary clubs

Speaking to the media in an a short ceremony, Nana Effah Mensah, the President of the Rotary Club of Kumasi,said Rotary as a human-centered institution, has over the years demonstrated its commitment to helping improve sanitation and access to potable water which is a key feature in its seven focused areas.

“Our primary focus as a club is to help the poor and vulnerable in the society, a commitment we will not renege on but will continue to make society better through our projects and programs”

Nana Effah Mensah urged the students and the school authorities to maintain culture on the facility

On his part, the Mayor Kumasi of Kumasi, Samuel Pyne who was the Guest Speaker at ceremony,
lauded Rotarians for their efforts in improving the lives of mankind through their activities.

he was particularly excited that day students of Anglican Senior High School could now boast of having a micro flush toilets.

He said the project would help improve and resolve issues of poor sanitation in the school.

He urged them to ensure that the
project are sustained for generations to come.

The Headmaster of Anglican Senior High School Rev. Canon Francis Senkyiri, thankee the Rotary club of Kumasi for the gesture.

He said the project would help improve and resolve issues of poor sanitation in the school.

He urged the general public to come to the aid of school for Dustbin to keep their refuse.


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