ThinkImpact Ghana has been operating since 2012.
With headquarters in Kumasi, we operate in the Atwima Mponua and Atwima Nwabiagya Districts of the Ashanti Region. The communities we work in, namely Bedabour, Kwame Dwaa, Asakraka, and Nkontomire, are typical rural communities in Ghana. They have an agrarian based economy that revolves around cocoa and arable crops such as plantain, cassava, cocoyam and corn. The community members enjoy a relatively good standard of living with most homes constructed from cement with iron sheets for roofing. Most houses also have a clean and private pit latrine and bathhouse as well. Although the communities do not have running water, there are mechanized boreholes that supply the community members with clean and safe water. Currently, efforts are also being made by the government to connect these communities to the national electricity grid.
about 1.07 million years ago by a large meteorite strike that created the 25sq km and 90 m deep lake. Locals hold the lake sacred, with several groups having different beliefs. Fishermen don't use traditional boats but a modified tree trunk that looks like a plank and their hands as paddles to move through the water.