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Blue Skies Foundation 2014 Annual Report

2014 Foundation Annual Report published

The Blue Skies Foundation has published its 2014 Annual Report In 2014 our projects in Ghana included three water systems, three KVIP toilets, a classroom block and accommodation for teachers’; while in South Africa we supported a clinic, a crèche and a primary school. In addition we continued to undertake […]

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New medical facility commissioned in Ghana

German Development Agency GIZ together with Blue Skies has commissioned a fully furnished ‘CHIPS’ compound (Community Clinic) in Dobro for the Nsawam Municipal Health Directorate to render health services to the people within the community and surrounding towns. Facilities in the Centre include weighing scales, delivery beds, refrigerators, stethoscopes, office […]

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Blue Skies Foundation commissions first 2015 projects

Blue Skies Foundation commissions first 2015 projects

The Blue Skies Foundation has today commissioned two new projects during a visit by Board members representing Blue Skies and two European retailers, Waitrose and Albert Heijn.   This year the Foundation is embarking on twelve projects in Ghana, Senegal and South Africa. Projects include the reconstruction of a condemned […]

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Future Farmers campaign gets underway in Ghana

The Blue Skies Foundation has launched the School Farm of the Year Competition in Ghana to find the farmers of the future. On the 9th of March Blue Skies in partnership with the Foundation launched the School Farm of the Year Competition; a new initiative designed to encourage students in […]

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Blue Skies Foundation 2015 Projects start

2015 Foundation projects begin

All Foundation projects in Ghana are now underway after a successful tender process was held to select the contractors.  This year’s projects include teachers’ accommodation for a sugarloaf farming community in the Central Region, a classroom block for a school in a pineapple growing area, two public toilets for communities […]

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