Partnerships

Trashy Bags Africa understands the pressure that single use plastic waste is putting on the eco-system all across the world. 

In addition to removing the plastic water sachets from the streets of Ghana, Trashy Bags Africa also support key local projects to assist in the delivery of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals to transform our world. 

Sea Turtle

Turtles!!!!

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School in a Bag

According to UNICEF figures, 20% of the world’s child population will never attend school - that's 262 million children... School in a Bag is a simple solution created to help poor, orphan, vulnerable and disaster-affected children around the world.

 

Each School Bag is filled with stationery, learning resources, eating utensils and a hygiene kit, that will enable a child to write, draw, colour, calculate, express themselves and above all, learn. 

Trashy Bags Africa is supplying School in a Bag with all the School Bags and Hygiene Bags that are handed out to children in Ghana all upcycled from the iconic single use water sachets. 

Trashy Bags Africa then assemble the School Bags will items sourced from local suppliers before they are given out to carefully selected schools.