Overview of the project
To put an end to open defecation in order to limit spreading disease linked to faecal peril and degredation of the environment.
Since the 6th July 2017
- Around 1000 people have been helped thanks to this sanitation project
- A public/common latrine built on a platform that was used as toilets for all Ghanaian fishermen was successfully dismantled this year
- 13 households with difficulties were able to build latrines with the help and explanations given by the NGO's local team
- Over 250 children benefited from various practical trainings on how to wash their hands properly and the importance of toilets for protecting the environment and healthy lifestyles
- Ghanaians engaged in improving the environment too
- The NGO celebrated the International Toilet Day 2018 themed as "When Nature calls" in the Azito Village in order to continue raising awareness and to get children involved by changing their bad habits
- Prospective studies
- Getting information from the Environment Minister, the Sanitation Minister as well as the Mayor of Yopougon on creating the project
- Initiation (using the Total Sanitation Directed by Communities method)
- Surveys on households
- Trainings for children
- Research on possible financial resources/collaborations
All activities and action are auto-financed.
Empreinte Verte & Solidarité is a non-profit organisation specialised in promoting SDGs and more precisely, in eco-design (the appreciation of plastic waste), the fight against open defecation and the fight against diseases linked to faecal peril, agronomic appreciation of by-products from sanitation used in the ECOSAN technique and environmental training, raising awareness, The NGO's slogan is "Everyone for sustainable development" and their logo expresses the union that we all should be advocating that signifies the preservation and appreciation of our environment.