On July 15, 2022, the hive crew in Ghana gathered together to deliver hive-branded exercise books to the schoolchildren of Anwomaso in Ghana's Ashanti region. The chief of Anwomaso conducted this activity, inviting school leaders to prepare for his arrival. Without informing the school leaders of the chief's visit, they organized a large durbar to welcome the chief of Anwomaso for the distribution of hive-branded books.
This connected with the launch of the hive borehole project in Ghana. According to the arrangement, the borehole was to be inaugurated by Anwomaso's chief, Nana Osei Boah II. His attendance, together with that of his elders and subjects, made the launching event memorable. It was incredible to witness the beautiful durbar that was built to welcome the chief and the hive crew for this occasion.
However, all students at the Adventist preparatory school in Anwomaso were required to dress in traditional Ghanaian attire as they prepared to see the chief. The school's leaders, on the other hand, expressed their thanks to the chief for assisting in getting the schoolchildren these exercise booklets created by the hive ecosystem. The day was full with excitement and a special beauty. According to the Headteacher of Anwomaso School, "hive has greatly contributed tremendously to the educational growth of students at Ansomaso" through this gesture.
The hive team in Ghana (@mcsamm, @collinz, @awuahbenjamin, and @elliz) led the complete hive books donation in this video. We are proud of the history that the hive ecosystem has created in Ghana. Anwomaso is one of the few villages in Ghana that has not only got potable water from the hive ecosystem, but also exercise books to boost education in Ghana. Thank you to the hive ecosystem for this wonderful endeavor.