Eco-Clean Ghana Foundation is a Not for Profit organization that recycles waste into resources and creates entrepreneurial opportunities for the vulnerable in our society. It uses permaculture and ecovillage sustainable modules in turning waste into resources and creating livelihood empowerment opportunities. It empowers women and youth into generating income from plastic waste by turning these waste into school bags, laptop bags, and market bags. It also trains them on producing cleaning detergents (Liquid soap, shower gel, hand sanitizer, and bar soaps) for sale. Mushroom production training is also organized for these targets to produce and sell in the market to improve their livelihood. As part of ECG Foundation financial sustainability initiatives, it ensures there is a sustainable market for its livelihood empowerment activities and contributes to solving social issues like poverty, unemployment, health, and waste management.
ECG Foundation works with farmers, women, youth, and schools in rural communities. Eco-Clean Ghana Foundation is located in the upper west region of Ghana, Wa-Bamahu. ECG Foundation partner with stakeholders and organizations that promote waste education such as Ghana zoomlion company, urban waste, municipal assemblies, Ghana education service, Ghana health services, and other local and international partners in turning the spiral of handling waste by providing necessary resources such as education on waste management to the general public, distribution of dust bins, forming waste management clubs in schools, collecting both plastics and degradable waste for recycling.
Membership & Visitors
- Current members: 15
- Open to new members
- Open to visitors
Any one interested to join our community should contact us through our website and book a date and time to visit. We are also open to individuals, NGOs that aim at working with rural communities, deprive schools, women and youth.