Thank you to the Drayton Valley Community Foundation for the $10,000 grant for international projects. The money is for the teacher accommodations being constructed on the school site oj Awaso Ghana and will be used to buy the windows and doors. Sheila Hegedus, Executive Director on the right, with Art and Betty Frey receiving the cheque on behalf […]
On behalf of the Awaso Canadian Academy Foundation, we would like to express our gratitude for your patience in waiting for an update to our response regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. The board has been closely monitoring the situation to ensure we are ready to enact any measures necessary to protect from the spread of this[…..]
The bakery has been completed and the “campus” is now even more self sufficient. We are hoping to start the water filtration system in 2021. The teacherage is 40% complete. We hope to have it complete in 2020.
The fish farm is a huge success and it was named Best Fish Farm by the agricultural department of Ghana. They have had one “fish festival” so far and the catfish were the winners over the tilapia. (fewer bones).