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Help Us Progress Our Organic Gardening Project

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Captain Schools students maintain organic gardening beds, applying environmentally sustainable techniques that protect scarce water resources, and enhance soil fertility and production.

The gardens supply our kitchen with all kinds of fresh fruits and vegetables, including bananas, corn, tomatoes, cabbage,garden eggs, carrot, cucumber, onion and so much more.

The school is privileged to be selected as part of 2016/2017 Youth School Garden and Sustainable Agriculture project funded by Australian High Commission under the Direct Aid Project and contribution from B-BOVID, (Building Business on Values, Integrity & Dignity).

We are taking our gardening efforts to the next level, aiming to feed 280+ students , staffs and volunteers by in 2017, armed with the training by B-BOVID under the Youth School Garden project and the adoption of Permaculture practices, the participating students conducted training sessions for the remaining student population and interested members of the community, to encourage spread of this gardening system both at school and at home.

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) advocacy

The Captain Centre for Education is a registered Non-Governmental Organization NGO in Ghana West Africa with Department of Social Development Registration #DSD 6484

The Captain Centre operates as a Centre of Excellence in Education and Research, Sustainability and Sustainable Development Advocacy.

The Centre on 21st January, 2016 began the Youth in Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) project (Club @SDGs2030) that seeks to promote awareness of the SDGs through youth engagement and Sports.

This flagship project of the Centre is being implemented in collaboration with the Ghana Education Service (GES) and other developmental partners and seeks to engage Junior High and Senior High school students on diverse platforms on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) also known as the Global Goals which is the United Nations agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development and stems from the Millennium Development Goals that ended in 2015.

The project among other objectives seeks to expose the youth to the prevailing social, economic and political challenges facing our world today, guard them to prioritize the Global Goals according to the current challenges they encounter and assist them in formulating project solutions and technology capable of securing a sustainable future.

This is necessary to create a paradigm shift and a new kind of responsible youth leaders for a sustainable future.