The Zoomlion Foundation of the Jospong Group of companies has secured a €100,000 Euros grant for the implementation of a project dubbed Pureco Education Partnership Project (PEP Project)
The grant comes at the back of a €20.2 million Euros contract between Hungarian Partners, Pureco, and the Jospong group for the construction of the Kumasi, Takoradi and Tamale waste water treatment plants which will treat waste water from faecal waste into reusable water in these two cities.
The Pureco Education partnership focuses on social intervention as a tool of sustainable development. This collaboration has led to the introduction of the educational partnership programme in Ghana to strengthen achievements in terms of environmentally conscious society for a sustainable future.
It is sponsored by Hungarian Pureco Ztf and the Jospong group. It would also aim at establishing a special group of local teachers and coordinators by providing detailed educational training for them on water, water-related educational possibilities (train-the-trainers) in order to achieve the objectives of the PEPP programme.