Moving forward

Dear neighbours and friends of Dromankese,

The people of Dromankese and the Town Committee did moved forward to establish a Diary Project for the community. An appeal was made to a Dutch Humanitarian Foundation Child Care Afrika, by our Local Representative to help establish this Millennium Development Goal Project. This project started last year, and till now, the 10 acres land has been fenced with Barb wires to keep the cows on the land. A Caretaker`s house and the Cows Shed are also completed. The grass on the land are standing high waiting for the Cows.

With this much achieved project, the community is appealing to the International Community, Friends of Dromankese and well wishers to come to their aid to purchase the Cows to start this meaningful project. This is also an income generating project. The idea is aimed at offering an agribusiness and financial solutions to the youth of Dromankese. For the fast growth purpose, we expect to purchase four pregnant Cows to expand systematically according to multiplying in numbers.

The Cow dung produced can be used for making biogas production and vermicompost fertilisers. The people of Dromankese cultivates maize, big potatoes(Yam) and other minor crops for income and food needs.
Biogas production using cow dung could minimise waste and promote organic use in food production. Also the production of organic fertilisers using cow dung can stop the usage of chemical fertilisers.

The community is appealing to companies, philanthropist, associations, and friends for funds to purchase the Cows. Also, Cows may also be donated to the community to start this project.

You may contact the Local Representative to donate to this good initiative:

alfredatta@gmail.com
alframax@hotmail.com
Mobile: 0031643414178

Thanks on behalf of Dromankese Community for your help.

Alfred Atta / LR
Dromankese

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Achieving the MDG through Volunteering

World Volunteers Ghana

Dromankese Town Development Association has managed to establish a voluntary organisation, in it`s efforts to help the people in the rural and urban areas. These areas are deprived of development projects, ammenities and infrastratural changes taking place in some major towns and cities in the regional capitals of Ghana.
This volunteering initiative is to raise the awareness about the MDGs and also to link the youth, students and individuals who wants to take the opportunity to make the difference. Because after more than decades of failed international targets, it is now time to do things differently.
World Volunteers Ghana (WVGhana) is a registered youth-led and youth-focused, non-profit organization that is headquartered in Kumasi - Ghana and has a satellite office in The Netherlands. The organization is operated by young people and adults who are working on youth, environmental, health and development related issues in Brong Ahafo and Ashanti regions of Ghana. We work with all ages, all genders, and all ethnic groups in Ghana especially at the rural level. The group runs its objectives with the kind contribution of its members through labouring, concerned philanthropists, individual volunteers, social workers and others.

Aims and objectives
WVGhana is an organization working to assist in the improvement of the lot of the vulnerable and deprived in society through education and other integrated rural development programmes.
WVGhana is passionate about sustainable developments on a small scale basis, the realization of the Millennium Development Goals and provide primary health care and HIV education. These challenges are not just one for governments. Individuals, Public and Social Organisations have an important role to play. The goals are also an opportunity for public and private organisations to unite and to participate.
Through these efforts, organisations and individuals could make the MDG s real, relevant and also strenghten campaigns by providing expertise and funding of projects.
Empower women through micro enterprise formations.
Promote volunteerism and involve volunteers in programs that enable rural communities to help themselves
Promote cultural diversity programs.

MEMBERSHIP
Membership is open to all interested volunteers irrespective of gender, age, religion, and nationality.

ACCOMMODATION
WV Ghana accommodates all volunteers with host families as much as possible so that volunteers can have real feel of culture diversity

Visit us at: www.worldvolunteers-ghana.com

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Achieving the MDG through Volunteering

World Volunteers Ghana

Dromankese Town Development Association has managed to establish a voluntary organisation, in it`s efforts to help the people in the rural and urban areas. These areas are deprived of development projects, ammenities and infrastratural changes taking place in some major towns and cities in the regional capitals of Ghana.
This volunteering initiative is to raise the awareness about the MDGs and also to link the youth, students and individuals who wants to take the opportunity to make the difference. Because after more than decades of failed international targets, it is now time to do things differently.
World Volunteers Ghana (WVGhana) is a registered youth-led and youth-focused, non-profit organization that is headquartered in Kumasi - Ghana and has a satellite office in The Netherlands. The organization is operated by young people and adults who are working on youth, environmental, health and development related issues in Brong Ahafo and Ashanti regions of Ghana. We work with all ages, all genders, and all ethnic groups in Ghana especially at the rural level. The group runs its objectives with the kind contribution of its members through labouring, concerned philanthropists, individual volunteers, social workers and others.

Aims and objectives
WVGhana is an organization working to assist in the improvement of the lot of the vulnerable and deprived in society through education and other integrated rural development programmes.
WVGhana is passionate about sustainable developments on a small scale basis, the realization of the Millennium Development Goals and provide primary health care and HIV education. These challenges are not just one for governments. Individuals, Public and Social Organisations have an important role to play. The goals are also an opportunity for public and private organisations to unite and to participate.
Through these efforts, organisations and individuals could make the MDG s real, relevant and also strenghten campaigns by providing expertise and funding of projects.
Empower women through micro enterprise formations.
Promote volunteerism and involve volunteers in programs that enable rural communities to help themselves
Promote cultural diversity programs.

MEMBERSHIP
Membership is open to all interested volunteers irrespective of gender, age, religion, and nationality.

ACCOMMODATION
WV Ghana accommodates all volunteers with host families as much as possible so that volunteers can have real feel of culture diversity

Visit us at: www.worldvolunteers-ghana.com

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Although Dromankese village is still to be led by a facilitator, the youth in the village has embarked on a Diary Project alongside with a Skills Training Centre to train the youth of Dromankese to be self reliance to help develop the area. This project is initiated by the Local Representative and the members of the Development committee. The outline Business Plan for a financial assistance has been deposited by the UNDP-UN office in Brussels. This pilot project would train the youth to be skilled in vocational training such as IT training, Carpentary and Metal construction. A Diary project is to be implemented alongside the Skills Training to generate funds for the upkeep of the vocational institute.

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There has been some improvements in the village. The youth are taking to organic farming to improve the farming method. A Diary project is under construction to breed cows for consumption and also for the local market. A Dutch Humanitarian Organisation is providing the financial assistance to establish this project.

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A Diary Farm initiated by World Volunteers Ghana for the people of Dromankese is almost completed. A caretakers house and the cows shed have been ste up. The grassland for the cows to feed is kept aside.

The next stage is to purchas the cows.

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The people of Dromankese and the Town Committee did moved forward to establish a Diary Project for the community. An appeal was made to a Dutch Humanitarian Foundation, Child Care Afrika to help establish this Millennium Development Goal Project. This project started last year, and till now, the 10 acres land has been fenced with Barb wires to keep the cows on the land. A Caretaker`s house and the Cows Shed are also completed. The grass on the land are standing high waiting for the Cows.

With this much achieved project, the community is appealing to the International Community, Friends of Dromankese and well wishers to come to their aid to purchase the Cows to start this meaningful project.

The community is appealing to companies, philanthropist, associations, and friends for funds to purchase the Cows. Also, Cows may also be donated to the community to start this project.

You may contact the Local Representative to donate to this good initiative:

alfredatta@gmail.com
alframax@hotmail.com
Mobile: 0031643414178

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The Dromankese community has received four pregnant cows to start the ongoing diary project. The whole project was financialy sponsord by the Dutch Organisation Child Care Afrika with it`s office in Enschede.
This project is initiated together with the Local Representative Mr. Alfred Atta who represented the Dromankese Community to coordinate this project succesfully.

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The Dromankese community has received four pregnant cows to start the ongoing diary project. The whole project was financialy sponsord by the Dutch Organisation Child Care Afrika with it`s office in Enschede.
This project is initiated together with the Local Representative Mr. Alfred Atta who represented the Dromankese Community to coordinate this project succesfully.

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