Joy2theworld in collaboration with Voltic Ghana Limited has alleviated the age-long water burden of people in Yanohan Village in Accra Ghana by installing mechanised boreholes that save them the effort of carrying water for long distances. As we all know, water is essential in our daily life which we can not do without it.

The Borehole was unveiled in a community in Accra called Yanohan Village. This water project will supply potable water and put a stop to people (especially, women and children) walking long distances to get water, and prevent chidren from missing school just to carry water. Also there are schools around which need drinkable water.

The invited guest and collaboration company walking towards the project to be commissioned
Madam Kathleen Gibbs enjoying the water in a calabash. (Ghana Cup)
The elders from the Kotoku community, Voltic Ghana representatives and Madam Kathleen Gibbs (founder of JOY2THEWORLD INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY) in a grouped photograph .
One of the elders enjoying the water in the calabash.
Students from JOY2THEWORLD INTERNATIONAL CHRISATIAN ACADEMY were present at the water project grounds.

The Water Project programme was very insteresting and all present had fun.