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eaga go mad in Ghana

In the village of Leklebi Duga in the Volta Region of Ghana, eaga sent three MAD teams each to spend two weeks living and volunteering to help construct a Teachers’ Accommodation Block.

Each team consisted of twelve staff members who completed a phase of each project which lasted six weeks.

The eaga Trust was set up 1999 for the purpose of promoting employee well-being, engagement and ownership in the workplace in the belief that when employees feel like partners in their business, they deliver better day to day results which in turn produce a profitable, sustainable and fulfilling business to the benefit of all.

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