On Wednesday, October 15, Ghana joined the global community to mark Global Handwashing Day, which is a day set aside every year to emphasise on the importance of washing the hands with soap, especially at critical times such as after using the toilet and before handling food.
The theme was, "Choose Handwashing, Choose Health” and the venue was the Bukom Square in the Odododiodio constituency, Accra.
|Braimah Kamoko aka Bukom Banku was appointed the Cholera Ambassador for the area.|
|Ribbon-cutting by Nii Lantey Vanderpuye, Dep Minister of Local Government and Rural Development|
|Chiefs in the Bukom area graced the occasion.|
|Mrs Theodora Adomako-Adjei, National Coordinator for Global Handwashing Day in Ghana|
|CWSA Chief Executive, Mr Clement Bugase.|
|Some youth take centre stage with a performance on observing good hygiene|
|A horn blower at the durbar|
|A youth member of the Bukom community performing a sketch|
|Presentation of Veronica bucket to the Ussher Fort Clinic at Jamestown|
|Bukom Banku and Mrs Theodora Adomako-Adjei, national coordinator for GHD were co-emcees|
|Nii Lantey Vanderpuye|
|Some dignitaries at the durbar ready for the presentation of buckets.|