Caveman foundation wins CSR campaign of the year
Ghana’s CSR Campaign of the Year was awarded at this year’s National Business Honors to Caveman Foundation, the cooperative social initiative branch of Ghanaian watchmaker Caveman Watches, which has received a New York Times endorsement.
The opulent Labadi Beach Hotel hosted the ceremony where Anthony Dzamefe’s Caveman Foundation’s “Water Africa Project” was named Ghana’s CSR Campaign of the Year.
By recognizing, rewarding, and celebrating exceptional performance, the awards are intended to promote innovation, caution, and stability in the business and investment sectors.
Ghana’s premier awards program, the National Business Honors, honors and recognizes excellence in all fields. The award is recognized as the culmination of Ghana Business Week. The National Business Honors program honors organizations and people for their inspirational leadership.
Over the years, The Caveman Foundation has made a concerted effort to increase the disadvantaged communities in Ghana’s access to potable drinking water. The Caveman Foundation, which has already developed and delivered boreholes to the residents of Kuroboi in the Sissala East District of the Upper West region and Ahikwa Kom in the Fanteakwa South District, is putting in 14 additional free boreholes and water stations across the nation as part of the Water Africa Project.
On July 2, 2022, the Caveman Foundation and other participating organizations carried out a peer beach clean-up activity at Lavender Hill of Jamestown in Accra to honor the 2022 International Plastic Free Day.
Through the initiative, the foundation emphasized the negative environmental effects of plastics, brought attention to the urgent and very real problem of plastic contamination near water sources, and urged others to minimize, reuse, and recycle plastics in support of the Water Africa Campaign.
As straps for the Water Africa Watches, the Caveman Foundation also salvages clean plastic waste that is processed by McKingtorch Africa and recycled by Caveman Watches. The Water Africa Project receives revenue from the sale of recycled plastic straps.
Speaking outside the event, Miss Stephanie Nyavor, general manager of Caveman Watches, urged attendees to learn more about the Water Africa Campaign and to support it by dialing *718*25*589# on all networks.