Susanne Nuetey Itschert
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What is the name of your company or organisation?
create e. V. (formerly nueteycookers)
What is your position in your company or organisation?
What does your company of organisation do?
we help people to learn to help themselves; our actual project is mother-child-home in Ghana, Winneba; we are a young christian NGO who is operating in Ghana/ Westafrica from Germany; we plan a solarsystem for light in our project; we had formerly a workshop in Ghana manufacturing solarcookers in wood
In which African countries does your company or organisation operate?
in Ghana/Westafrica

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At 2:51pm on April 15, 2009, Reinoud said…
I just read your question/ideas and very much agree with you about the practical education.
When I read that, I thought immediately of an organisation at the University Twente in the Netherlands: The Working group on Development Techniques (WOT). I think they might be interested in your ideas and perhaps can help you. I don't know if they are a member of this website. Their website is:
Wish you luck,
At 12:13am on April 2, 2009, Moses Mensah said…
Yes, I am supervising one biogas project in Busunu, in Northern Ghana, where we are incorporating Jathropha cake into human and animal wastes. At Busunu, we have also Biofuels and solar energy which we are trying to integrate for power supply to the village community.
Schöne Grüsse aus Kumasi
At 6:14pm on March 31, 2009, Gordon Monday Bubou said…
Dear Susanne,
I am honestly suggesting that we need to teach children as early as 6yrs on how to leave sustainably. For instance, if we tell them the need to switch off their toys in order to preserve the battery, we teaching them to conserve energy for future use. Again, we need to tell them why we have to water the gardens and flowers.
I will suggest that, sustainability be embedded in the curricula of learners from primary to the secondary, all through to the university.
It should start with nature studies, then geography and integrated science at the secondary school and at the tertiary level, it can stand alone as sustainbility studies or sustainable development. It could still be built-in science, engineering and technological related disciplines.

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