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Frame It All RVG-REC2-GREP Composite Timber Raised Garden with Soft-sided Greenhouse, 4-Foot by 8-Foot by 12-Inch by Frame It All. $259.99. Adjusts easily to a variety of heights,shapes and sizes. Greenhouse provides great frost protection. Access from both sides of greenhouse with large zippered windows. Provides a deeper topsoil layer for poor soil conditions. Made from recycled plastic. Simplicity itself. The PVC Greenhouse kit with a 4-foot by 8-foot Frame It All Raised Gar...

A reminder of the need to be vigilante when recycling or charitably donating second-hand goods to Africa.  Old Fadama is home to one of the world's largest E-waste dumps, causing it to be listed as ONE OF THE TEN MOST POLLUTED PLACES ON EARTH in December 2013 by the Green Cross and Blacksmith Institute.

E-Waste in Old Fadama - Infogram, charts & infographics

Design233 | Urbanslumlab, Old Fadama (Sodom & Gomorrah), Accra, Ghana

Design233 | Urbanslumlab, Old Fadama (Sodom & Gomorrah), Accra, Ghana

"I have been working for a while in Accra’s biggest slum; officially called Old Fadama but notoriously known among the citizenry as  Sodom and Gomorrah. Whenever I am there working, it is really not poverty and destruction I see. What I see, is a lot of hope and an all out war against poverty; against systems, against political and economic wickedness in high places designed to keep them down; against lethargy, against fate."

"I have been working for a while in Accra’s biggest slum; officially called Old Fadama but notoriously known among the citizenry as Sodom and Gomorrah. Whenever I am there working, it is really not poverty and destruction I see. What I see, is a lot of hope and an all out war against poverty; against systems, against political and economic wickedness in high places designed to keep them down; against lethargy, against fate."

How solar energy can change the lives of urban slum dwellers in Accra, Ghana.  www.efof.org.uk

What can solar energy do for Old Fadama?