Lexta Ghana, producers of Yazz products and Hooch Foods, held a ‘Teen Care Campaign’ for some 5,000 senior  high students in the Greater Accra Region. The nationwide campaign provides awareness education to high schoolers about on hygeine practices. Students in following students have so far benefited from Lexta’s ‘Teen Care Campaign’:

  • St. Mary’s Senior High School
  • City Business Secondary School (CIBUSCO)
  • Armed Forces Secondary Technical School
  • Presbyterian Boys’ Senior High (PRESEC, Legon) and
  • Wesley Grammar School

Head of Sales and Marketing at Lexta Ghana Mr. Seth Ntiamoah-Asare announced that the Lexta Teen Care Campaign would soon expand to include more schools. The campaign is Lexta’s Flagship CSR program and is implemented in partnership with Medical Women Association of Ghana (MWAG), an association of women doctors that champions cervical cancer education and screening across Ghana.

School management of beneficiary schools commended Lexta Ghana for the initiative and called for more of such collaborations in the future. Assistant Headmaster of Armed Forces Secondary Technical School Mr. Adama was grateful the campaign stopped at his school and provides students and staff with new information about cervical cancer and menstrual hygiene. Mr. Adama said school authorities had the responsibility to provide proper education to adolescents in their care in several aspects of their lives and that the intervention provided by Lexta and the Medical Women Association of Ghana helped beneficiary schools accomplish this goal.

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