Vivo Energy Partners With United Way Ghana

Vivo Energy Ghana (Shell Licensee) and United Way Ghana have partnered to create well-structured Environmental Clubs at the Airport 1 & 2 Junior High School to inspire young learners to develop interests in keeping the environment clean and be innovative in turning recyclable materials into different inventions.

Vivo Energy is the company that distributes and markets Shell and Engen branded fuels and lubricants to retail and commercial customers in Africa. The Group operates in 23 countries across North, West, East, and Southern Africa and has a network of over 2,000 service stations.

United Way Ghana, established in 2003, is a member of the United Way Worldwide network, the largest privately-funded non-profit in the world with nearly 1800 communities across more than 40 countries and territories worldwide. United Way Ghana focuses on education, health, and income generation.

The partnership will benefit 500 young learners and 40 teachers at the Airport 1&2 Junior High School to learn from nature, experiment, and gain insights into environmental best practices such as proper waste disposal, sanitation, tree planting, and recycling.

Climate Change is the biggest challenge in the world today. Organizations and companies are being pressured through events like Fridays For Future and COP to reduce their carbon footprint through carbon credits with a short-term plan of transitioning into greener options.

Vivo has taken a step in embracing clean energy in Africa and we hope it continues.


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