2019 Year In Review
With a joyous heart, I acknowledge the Almighty God for bringing to an end another remarkable year. I am full of beams as we bid 2019 farewell and welcome 2020. My sincerest appreciation to stakeholders who invested their time, monies and resources to produce the tremendous achievements in 2019. Kudos to the staff who managed the day to day operations of the organisation, we could not have come this far if not for your commitment.
Admittedly, 2019 was a busy year filled with planned and unannounced activities but for the well-established plans and strategies we triumphed. The essence of team work and networking was once again the foundation of our success. The prime focus for the year was to touch base with all stakeholders through sensitization program and distribution of souvenirs. Street Sense Organisation managed to reach out to people through series of engagements with religious bodies including churches and mosques. Our annual alcohol sensitization program in collaboration with Guinness Ghana Limited was strategically organised at lorry stations in the Northern and Southern parts of Ghana to effectively involve significant number of stakeholders. In recognition of the tireless contributions of the National Road Safety Authority, Ghana Police Service, 37 Military Hospital, some restaurants and other relevant stakeholders within Greater Accra and its environs, we donated reflective vests to these institutions to enhance their work. Complimented to these were series of stakeholder engagements to bring sanity on our roads.
I believe everyone akin to Street Sense Organisation will agree to my earlier assertion on our staunch achievements. While we look on to 2020 with a positive outlook, I encourage stakeholders and the general public to rally behind the vision of Street Sense Organisation in making Ghana a better place to live.