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Foundation 2015 project

Foundation receives over 70 proposals

Our search for 2016 Foundation projects is underway, led by our Foundation Manager Alistair Djimatey.  We have limited funds and resources, but we consider every request that comes our way. Our selection process enables us to evaluate project requests made from within the communities where our farmers and staff live. […]

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Senegal clean up project for Blue Skies Foundation

Foundation project starts in Senegal

The first Foundation project for Senegal went ahead on Saturday 9th of September in the town of Notto Gouye Diama, where the Blue Skies Packhouse is located. The aim of the project was to mobilise the community to clean-up the town and raise awareness of the Foundation, its selection process […]

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Blue Skies Foundation 2014 Annual Report

2014 Foundation Annual Report published

The Blue Skies Foundation has published its 2014 Annual Report In 2014 our projects in Ghana included three water systems, three KVIP toilets, a classroom block and accommodation for teachers’; while in South Africa we supported a clinic, a crèche and a primary school. In addition we continued to undertake […]

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Blue Skies Foundation

New medical facility commissioned in Ghana

German Development Agency GIZ together with Blue Skies has commissioned a fully furnished ‘CHIPS’ compound (Community Clinic) in Dobro for the Nsawam Municipal Health Directorate to render health services to the people within the community and surrounding towns. Facilities in the Centre include weighing scales, delivery beds, refrigerators, stethoscopes, office […]

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Blue Skies Foundation commissions first 2015 projects

Blue Skies Foundation commissions first 2015 projects

The Blue Skies Foundation has today commissioned two new projects during a visit by Board members representing Blue Skies and two European retailers, Waitrose and Albert Heijn.   This year the Foundation is embarking on twelve projects in Ghana, Senegal and South Africa. Projects include the reconstruction of a condemned […]

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