We believe at Green World Health Network that we can help improve health and at the same time create a more sustainable planet. We also believe that our future as a people and planet depends on identifying and continuing to strengthen these connections. We work towards this goal by implementing innovative projects which utilize green technologies and practices to improve health in underserved communities throughout the world.
Green World Health Net Events Calendar
- Members of the GWHN staff and advisors have been selected to present The Boko Project at this years naitonal solar conferenced, Solar 2014, sponsored by the American Solar Energy Society in conjunction with Intersolar North America. The conference will be held July 6-10 in San Francisco. Find information about the solar conference here. We hope to see you there!
- We will be conducting the first of several solar panel making workshops in Albuquerque, New Mexico. To receive information on the time and date of the the first solar panel workshop please contact us and we will send you updated information on this event.
- Green World Health Net’s first annual Happy Hour in San Francisco. The happy hour will be held at the Infinity Club Lounge, 333 Main Street San Francisco. May 16, 6-9pm. Please join this fun event and learn more about GWHN’s past, present and future work over cocktails. There will also be a viewing of a documentary made about our Boko Project in Ghana, West Africa.
- Viewing of The Boko Project Documentary on University of New Mexico campus with Q & A session with GWHN executive director and solar experts who have worked on the project in Ghana. TBA
- Green World Health Net will participate in two Albuquerque Earth Day events. The first will be at the University of New Mexico on Tuesday, April 22nd. The second will be on Sunday, April 27th in Nob Hill. We will have solar panels that we made here in the US as well as ones from Ghana and will be using these to charge cell phones at the events. Come and learn more about or organization and sign up for our local solar panel making workshops.
- Recycle Health New Mexico launches an independent website for Recycle Health New Mexico, a medical supplies recovery program formed as a partnership between GWHN and Project C.U.R.E. Visit our website to learn more about this win-win-win program: Recycle Health New Mexico
- Inauguration ceremony in Ketakor, Ghana to celebrate the completed installation of first 40 Boko Bed Net systems and coverage for half of the village.
- Second workshop trip to Ketakro, production and installation of 20 more household Boko Bed Net Systems, begin construction of the solar panel making workshop in the village.