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Foundation makes impact in South Africa

This month Denzil and Cath, from Blue Skies Pitsford, joined Waydu and Justice at Blue Skies South Africa, to visit and evaluate the impact of a number of Foundation projects and future applicants. The evaluations come ahead of the Foundation Board meeting, which will take place in Ghana next month. […]

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2017 Foundation Projects started

On Friday 25th March the Blue Skies Foundation held the first of its 2017 Ground Breaking ceremonies to formally start this year’ projects. It began with a durbar at the village of Esikabew where the Foundation is constructing a six classroom Primary School block. This was attended by the Director […]

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2017 School Farm Project Kicks Off

The 2017 School Farm Competition is open for applications in Ghana. The competition is open to JHS and SHS level schools in the Central Region from Cape Coast through Swedru to Winneba, and Greater Accra from Medie to Amasaman and Ada, down to Dodowa. Schools can apply by completing a […]

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Foundation Gives Green Light to 2017 Projects

Eleven Foundation projects have been given the green light at a Board Meeting in Ghana on the 17th of January. These include the Foundation’s first project for Egypt, which involves the renovation and provision of IT equipment for an education centre. Other projects include the provision of kitchen and playground […]

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New classroom blocks opened by Foundation

The Blue Skies Foundation has recently inaugurated two new classroom blocks in Ghana. They include a new three classroom block with provision for an ICT centre and staff common room for Chinto Junior High School located near to the Blue Skies factory in Dobro in Ghana, and a three classroom […]

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More Foundation projects completed

Nearly all our 2016 Foundation projects are nearing completion including a new classroom block for Kyinto Junior High School located near to the factory in Ghana and a new primary school for the papaya farming community of Pampanso. Our 2016 School Farm of the Year project is also well under […]

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