The Simon Diedong Dombo University for Business and Integrated Development Studies, SDD-UBIDS estsblished in 2019 under act 1001, have had its staff and Some Students Planting 300 Trees to support in the Afforestation project seeking to improve climate conditions by turning to a positive fortune.
The Galamsey menace has resulted in loss of several economic trees including Some Cocoa and Shea Trees.
The Project seeks to ensure 5, 000, 000 trees are planted within a period of 1 year to improve the vegetation cover.
Statement from the University
Today 11th June, 2021 UBIDS joined millions of Ghanaians in the country to plant 300 trees on it's campus. This was made possible by ASSDA, YOUTH PARLIAMENT, BUSA, RELAMSA and ERSA (Associations on campus)
Some Reactions to the Development
Keteku Korku Edward
“Millions of Ghanaians” = 300 trees. It’s like my calculator is not proper. It’s really giving me wrong figures."
Kim Lawrence Asuo
"You should've done more than 300.
UBIDS has enough land and if all faculties can take 500 trees each it wouldve sounded better."
Derricks Opoku Afram
"Great job guys
keep it up".
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