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LIFE THREATENING JOB OF A KAYAYOO
A 19-year-old TVET Beneficiary tells her own story on “LIFE AS A KAYAYOO”
The name ‘kayayoo’ is a popular local term referred to a ‘head porter’ in Ghana. It is a combination of two words; “Kaya”, meaning load or goods in the Hausa language, and “Yoo”, meaning ‘woman’ in the Ga language.
ASHAIMAN GETS NEW 20 SEATER BIOFILL TOILET FACILITY AND BOREHOLE WATER PROJECT
SOS Children’s Villages has commissioned a new 20-seater biofil toilet facility and bore-hole water project at Zongo laka in the Ashaiman Municipal Assembly.
This gesture forms part of the organization’s community intervention programs geared towards improving Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in deplorable communities in Ghana.