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The initial drawing of the Green Clinic was made by an architect from Canada who visited Atsiekpoe in April and May 2015. This initial design was based on a clinic being built in Nyatikpo in the Bator District and modified with feedback from Naa Ashiley Vanderpuye, a medical doctor and founder of a private clinic […]

A part of the money we are trying to raise will be used for a small facility in the village of the Green Clinic. In this facility an innovative kind of environmentally friendly bricks will be created: the inter-locking compressed brick system. Special brick moulds and training for the local workers will come available through […]

The direct beneficiaries of this project are the estimated 3200 people of Vome Electoral Area who are living in the catchment area of the clinic. The people of the village of Atsiekpoe benefit even more as they have put the effort in bringing this project to their community. Expanding health projects Apart from the health […]

Below you can read or download Process Report 9 – Foundation Work of Atsiekpoe CHPS Compound in Progress. Please visit our fundraising pages! The foundation of the building has been laid out, so now we need the funds to build walls and a roof! We currently have 2 fundraising pages: Visit our fundraising page on […]

Below you can read or download Process Report 8 – Status Update of the Atsiekpoe CHPS Compound. Please visit our fundraising pages! The foundation of the building has been laid out, so now we need the funds to build walls and a roof! We currently have 2 fundraising pages: Visit our fundraising page on Causevox […]

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Woezo! We are proud to share with you the first edition of our two-monthly village newspaper. An initiative of the people of Atsiekpoe and their partners Jolinaiko Eco Tours and Stepping Stones for Africa. Please visit our fundraising pages! The foundation of the building has been laid out, so now we need the funds to […]

Below you can read or download Process Report 7 – Focused Group Discussion on Building Procedure in Atsiekpoe. Please visit our fundraising pages! The foundation of the building has been laid out, so now we need the funds to build walls and a roof! We currently have 2 fundraising pages: Visit our fundraising page on […]

Below you can read or download Process Report 6 – Planning the Community Health Project in Atsiekpoe. Please visit our fundraising pages! The foundation of the building has been laid out, so now we need the funds to build walls and a roof! We currently have 2 fundraising pages: Visit our fundraising page on Causevox […]

Below you can read or download Process Report 5 – WASH Visit to Accra by Atsiekpoe Action Group for Development. Please visit our fundraising pages! The foundation of the building has been laid out, so now we need the funds to build walls and a roof! We currently have 2 fundraising pages: Visit our fundraising […]

Below you can read or download Process Report 4 – Planning the Community Health Project in Atsiekpoe. Please visit our fundraising pages! The foundation of the building has been laid out, so now we need the funds to build walls and a roof! We currently have 2 fundraising pages: Visit our fundraising page on Causevox […]

Below you can read or download Process Report 3 – Health Situational Analysis, North-Tongu District. A preliminary investigation for Health Project Design in Atsiekpoe. Please visit our fundraising pages! The foundation of the building has been laid out, so now we need the funds to build walls and a roof! We currently have 2 fundraising […]

Below you can read or download Process Report 2 – Problem formulation and action orientation for Improving Health Care in Atsiekpoe-Battor. Please visit our fundraising pages! The foundation of the building has been laid out, so now we need the funds to build walls and a roof! We currently have 2 fundraising pages: Visit our […]

Below you can read or download Process Report 1 – Strength & Problem Identification and Action Prioritization in Atsiekpoe-Battor. Please visit our fundraising pages! The foundation of the building has been laid out, so now we need the funds to build walls and a roof! We currently have 2 fundraising pages: Visit our fundraising page […]

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New photo’s (June 2012) of the build of the latrines at the Vome Primary School, and the village museum in Atsiekpoe:

“Thirty years ago this year (2011), a rare immune system virus was detected in five young men in Los Angeles. By the following summer, the illness was spreading nationwide and had been given a name: acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, or AIDS. In the ensuing decades, AIDS and the virus that leads to it, HIV have claimed […]

For the second time, a group of students from Metropolitan Community College in Omaha, Nebraska in the United States visited Atsiekpoe and Vome. The group visited Ghana as part of their credit courses abroad. Photos of previous trips to Ghana can be found in their Ghana photo gallery. The trip was organised through AEA (Academic […]

We onderzoeken momenteel de mogelijkheden om de inwoners van Atsiekpoe van schoon drinkwater te voorzien. Dorpelingen drinken nu rechtsstreeks uit de rivier, wat niet bevorderlijk is voor de gezondheid. Uit verschillende richtingen horen we dat een waterpomp slaan onmogelijk zou zijn in verband met de samenstelling van de grondlagen. Dat zoeken we nog verder uit. […]

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Voor dag en dauw richt metselaar ‘Brother’ een enorme termieten heuvel ten gronde. De termiet…vriend en vijand van Atsiekpoe. Enerzijds leveren hun torenhoge kastelen de ultieme klei voor de bouw van muren, maar anderzijds zijn het ook degenen die hun kanalen dwars door je nieuw optrekje blijven graven. Mits je ze op verschillende manieren bestrijdt. […]

Een groep tieners uit dorpjes zoals Vome en Atsiekpoe op het vliegtuig naar Frankrijk; persoonlijk twijfelde ik of dit onderdeel van het Anansi project een goed idee was. Om te beginnen, wie kies je? Tieners? En de leraren, andere opinieleiders en ouders dan? Is dit cultureel acceptabel? Dan de shock, sommige scholieren zijn nog nooit […]

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    • Green Clinic Fundraising page > Our fundraising page on Causevox.com to help us raise the funds for the building of the roof and walls of the clinic.

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