November 2023

Ghatronic

Ghatronic has established contacts with Ghanaian mechanics associations. Their aim is to train mechanics as instructors throughout the country. By November 23, 200 multipliers had received theoretical and practical training at the premises of one association.

We need financial support to organise training courses in other cities and to be able to finance additional rooms (e.g. containers), lifting platforms and training equipment.

Forther informations:

https://ghatronic.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/Praesentation-Werkstatt-mit-Diagnose-Seminaren-2023_05_15.pdf

KDT Kujwe Development Trust in Siabuwa, Zimbabwe

Two solar-powered pumps were installed in spring 2013. However, the water capacity test showed that only two of the four existing boreholes were suitable for the installation of solar-powered well pumps.


In order to be able to supply the other two settlements with water, we had hydrogeological investigations carried out.

We need financial support for the two necessary boreholes with capacity tests and the installation of solar-powered pumps

2022

We, too, are still feeling the effects of Corona, which is why we are concentrating on only two project grants at the moment.

Ghatronic

The Digi-Mechanics School was able to run courses in Accra in March 2022 for multipliers in electrics, engine management systems, vehicle dynamics and is in the process of setting up an offshoot in Kumasi, the second largest city in Ghana. The first courses have been taking place there since mid-November.

https://ghatronic.com/news

KDT Kujwe Development Trust in Siabuwa, Zimbabwe

Through the constant contact of a member of our association who taught at the “Siabuwa Secondary School” in 1986, we learned that some former pupils have founded an association.

The association KDT is the initiative for the development of infrastructure and the improvement of education for the Tonga minority living there.

Currently, four wells have been drilled and tanks built for three schools and a clinic. The solar-powered pumps are still missing. This Community Water Project Siabuwa is also funded by the State of Baden-W├╝rttemberg through the Foundation for Development Cooperation in Baden-W├╝rttemberg (SEZ).

https://www.chanceforafricanyouth.org/gb/kujwe-development-trust-kdt/