Foundation aims for 100th project in its 10th year

The Blue Skies Foundation Board met in Ghana this month to approve thirteen more projects to go ahead in 2019. This will bring the total number of projects initiated by the Foundation since it was started in 2009 to exactly 100, in what will be its 10th year. The projects earmarked for next year include the construction of a new library near to a mango farming area in Ghana, the provision of new lab equipment for a clinic in Egypt, a new classroom block for a school in Senegal and the supply and installation of new kitchens for a number of schools in South Africa. The Blue Skies Foundation is a partnership between Blue Skies, Waitrose and Albert Heijn. Find out more at www.blueskies.com/foundation

Pictured above: Henri Zondag from Albert Heijn and Jocelyn Rogerson from Waitrose open a new toilet block for a primary school in Ghana.
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