The GWC team enjoyed the Water Technology Curriculum Launch Event in Ghana!  

Currently in Ghana, 19.7% of youth are unemployed and 8 million people lack access to safe water. That’s about to change. 

This program will empower young Ghanaians to become certified technicians who will help keep the country’s water systems safe and running. 

“Education and vocational skills are important building blocks in creating a more sustainable and reliable water infrastructure in Ghana,” says Kim Nøhr Skibsted, Executive Director of the Grundfos Foundation.  

“This initiative will be key to improve overall health and hygiene, youth employment and economic development in rural communities.”    

We are grateful for our partners: Grundfos SafeWater, Grundfos Foundation (PDJF), Safe Water Network, Cleanearth Scientific, Water Mission, UNICEF, the Ghana Technical & Vocational Education Training (TVET) Service, and St. Paul’s Technical Institute.