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2023 IN FOCUS

While 2022 was a step forward in achieving most of our targets and impactful work, 2023 was equally a year in which we experienced significant progress as we strived to execute our commitments towards sustainable e-waste management in Northern Ghana. The team worked hard, especially this year, to project our ideas and work in the […]

The Arts With E-Waste Project

Population growth, increasing prosperity, and changing consumer habits in Ghana contribute to the increasing demand for consumer electronics. This has made Ghana a significant importer of used consumer electronics such as Televisions; DVD players; Refrigerators; Computers; Laptops; Mobile Phones and many more. The aftermath is the production of tons of electronic waste in our homes […]

AppCyclers engaged 1500 students on proper e-waste recycling in Tamale, Northern Ghana.

AppCyclers annual activity plans include engaging young minds with interest in sustainable electronic waste management. This is meant to increase the awareness of e-waste among young individuals to influence sustainable solutions in solving e-waste menaces in Ghana. Youth are among the frequent users of electronic devices these days, so it’s crucial for them to be […]

AppCyclers is now a member of Prevent Waste Alliance.

We are excited to announce that AppCyclers is now a member of the Prevent Waste Alliance.  Prevent Waste Alliance is an alliance that brings together over 200 organizations from the private sector, academia, civil society and public institutions with an interest in promoting innovative solutions for a functioning circular economy worldwide. As AppCyclers, has been […]

Appcyclers: E-waste Recycling in Ghana | Agudor Kwaku Agabas

  Do you want to know the story behind AppCyclers and the motivation of Agudor Kwaku Agabas starting this initiative? If yes! Then join us on the Green Living Chat podcast with David Ewusi-Mensah as we discuss E-waste Recycling in Ghana. Link to listen to this episode: https://bit.ly/2YzEwC4 Sign up and join our next webinar […]

E-waste – An obstacle to children in Northern Ghana.

On the subject of truth, e-waste has become an obstacle for children in Ghana to pursue their education. In Northern Ghana, Tamale chunks of discarded refrigerators and television are packed and left in openings in repair stores along our street. With the sun and the rains releasing toxic chemicals into our landfill. AppCyclers an innovative start-up […]

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