According the newly published 2019 Brand Audit Report, Coca Cola, Colgate-Palmolive, and Unilever ranked as the top regional polluters in Africa. Green Africa Youth Organization and the Let’s Do It Ghana team were among over 200 organisations around the world that organized over 480 brand audits.
GAYO in partnership with Ghana’s National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) is collaborating with the Africa Youth Advisory Board for Disaster Risk Reduction (AfYAB DRR) under the Africa Union Commission (AUC), to organize a Quiz competition among four Senior High Schools in Ghana.
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First ZeroWaste Public Event in Ghana. On World Environmental Day 2018, GAYO together with Ghana Youth Environmental Movement held Power Shift 2018 in Accra to under the theme ‘Beat Plastic Pollution”. GAYO, led by Joshua Amponsem, was excited to share with about 200 young people the origin of plastics, how it pollutes our environment, the …