Zoomkids Green Schools Project launched to plant trees in schools

Zoomkids Green Schools Project launched to plant trees in schools

The Zoomlion Foundation has launched a project dubbed Zoomkids Green Schools Project to assist various schools across Ghana to plant some 1,000 trees.

Chief Operating Officer of Environment and Sanitation Cluster of the Jospong Group, Mrs. Florence Larbi kicked the project underway at the Tema West Municipal Assembly Cluster of Schools, Klagon near Lashibi by planting the first seedling under the project.

She encouraged the pupils to take the exercise seriously, saying that each pupil and teacher is expected to plant a seedling and track its growth to maturity. She added that awards will be given to pupils and teachers whose plants grow well.

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Officials of the Jospong Group and Zoomlion graced the launch ceremony of the Zoomkids Green Schools Project.

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The Coordinator of Learning, Development and Security of the Jospong Group, Brigadier General Michael Akpatsu noted that motivation would be a key driving force in ensuring that the pupils monitor their plants.

“We shall ensure that this exercise becomes a national contest where individuals who grow their trees would be awarded. Trees play a major role in our lives and that is why we must take this exercise seriously” he admonished the pupils.

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The Zoomlion Foundation’s Zoomkids Club has members in many schools across the country with the ultimate aim to promote good sanitation and conservation practices to safeguard the environment.

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The National Programme Officer of the Foundation, Thomas N. Korley was optimistic that the target of planting 1,000 trees would be exceeded, noting that plans were in place to ensure that the trees when planted, grow well.

Officials of the Ghana Education Service in the Tema West Municipality and the Assemblyman for Klagon pledged their support for the exercise.

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