Eurofinsa Employees Help the Children of Accra

  • In collaboration with the NGO, Universal Wonderful Street Academy, created in 2012 by the Ghanaian musician Louis Wonder
  • Driven by their social responsibility with the children of the host country, the employees of the construction company, Eurofinsa, in Ghana voluntarily donated uniforms, school and hygienic supplies and food.

Madrid, Tuesday, June 7, 2016. The employees of Eurofinsa in Ghana, a Spanish business group specialized in the development of public works for institutions, enjoyed an emotional day with the children of the NGO, Universal Wonderful Street Academy in Accra, capital of Ghana. During the event, employees of the Spanish company donated uniforms, school supplies, food and hygiene materials as part of their firm commitment to social responsibility with children in the country that has welcomed them.

During the visit by the Spanish workers, Louis Wonder made a presentation about the operation of the school and later paid a visit to the children, who were already dressed in their new uniforms. The children performed several exhibitions theater, boxing and acrobatics and, although they could not show their skills with kettle drums and traditional dances given that it was the holy month of Gaa. Their performances were engraved forever in the memory of the Spanish collaborators.

The NGO Universal Wonderful Street Academy was created in 2012 by the Ghanaian musician Louis Wonder, who is fully committed to education, the eradication of extreme poverty and improving the living conditions of children on the streets of Accra in Ghana. The school currently offers non-formal basic education, a daily meal and health care to 100 children, absolutely free of charge. The Organization maintains an unofficial school for children between 6 and 16 years of age where they learn various subjects that prepare them to go to the official school, where they will continue to receive his support. In addition to teaching, children are also active in music and traditional African dance, to preserve their culture.

At the close of the event, a tanker distributed drinking water among the community (which has no running water), and filled the school’s water tank and the children accompanied the workers on a walk to see the neighborhood and the fishing port.

Eurofinsa is a multinational group of companies that specialize in the development of public works and the integration of construction equipment projects for public institutions. Eurofinsa provides integrated services all under one roof. From engineering, analysis, and design to large-scale construction and equipment deliveries, all with the associated training, maintenance and operation.

More than 40 years of global experience in the world of construction guarantee the soundness and technical knowledge of the Eurofinsa Group. This allows Eurofinsa to offer the highest quality standards in each of their projects and contribute to the development and progress while respecting the environment within a framework of constant innovation.

The corporate headquarters are in Madrid and the company has subsidiaries such as the IBT Group in Miami and Ellipse Projects in Paris, as well as permanent offices in 31 countries on five continents. The Group's workforce is made up of a total of more than 4,500 employees.

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