PepsiCo Promotes Water Sustainability in Ghana

Nov 11, 2011 3:30 PM ET

Living The Promise - PepsiCo Employee Blog

What Is PepsiCorps Doing In Ghana?

By Michael C. Russell   I get asked this question a lot from family and friends trying to understand why this inaugural group is in Denu, Ghana. The location of our work is not as important as the tasks we have been assigned. We have two teams working on important projects designed to improve the quality of life for the people of Denu. They center on Tourism and Clean Water. The team I get to work with (Deepali, Kannan, Monica, and myself) is focused on the latter.   Click here to continue reading.     About PepsiCo 
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