A Ghanian follows the path of MCR

William Pitcher who emigrated to the United States but now intends to return to Ghana, looked for a occupation that will allow him to live while, at the same time, improve the quality of life of his fellow Ghanaians. During this search, he came across MicroConcrete Roofing tiles through the EcoSouth website, something that led to his visit to Nicaragua en February for training at the EcoMaterials enterprise in Diriamba.
This is but another example of South-South technology transfer.

William Pitcher

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