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The Global Sustainable Aid Project does three main things:

1) We run a number of programs in Ghana along the lines of education, technology, and economic development.

2) We’ve invented a toilet, and help train local entrepreneurs as GSAP Toilet Makers and Lenders, enabling them to start their own small businesses.

3) We promote sustainable aid values, and strive to be an example of a thorough and conscious nonprofit working in international development.

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The Ghana Sustainable Aid Project strives for a new kind of aid: aid that is sustainable, collaborative, and innovative. We aim to create programs that foster empowerment, education, and self-sufficiency.