SkyFox Limited has its headquarters in Ghana’s capital city, Accra. The office is located at Asylum Down in the heart of the city and less than two kilometres from the Flag Staff House, the seat of government.
SkyFox Programmes in Ghana include Agri-Business, Water, Sanitation and other innovative and smart solutions.
As part of the agri-business, SkyFox has innovated the Integrated Aqua-culture and Crop production Model through which it is currently implementing the Securing Water For Food Project (SWFF) with support from the Governments of America (through USAID), The Netherlands, South Africa, and Sweden. The project combines fisheries and crop farming, targeting farmers in rural communities. Currently the SWFF Project is being implemented in three locations – Adawso in the Eastern Region, Berekusu in the Greater Accra Region, and Dambai in the Oti Region. The SWFF Project has so far benefited more than 44,000 rural dwellers both directly and indirectly.
SkyFox provides water supply services in both rural and urban communities in Ghana. Urban water supply services have been in partnership with Ghana’s sole Urban Water Supply Utility – the Ghana Water Company Limited. In rural communities, SkyFox undertakes borehole drilling, hydro-geological assessments mechanization of boreholes for small towns water supply among others. SkyFox is also working with the Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA), the main government agency in charge of rural water supply, and other partners to undertake monitoring of water supply facilities in parts of Ghana through installation of sensors.
The company also provides household and institutional toilet facilities and in the past three years, has partnered with the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA) Sanitation and Water Project and other partners to promote the Eco-Safe Biodigester Toilets.
SkyFox’s main collaborators in Ghana include USAID, CWSA, Charity Water, Ghana Water Company Limited, Agrico, Afram Plans Development Organization, Afram Plains Community Bank, and the GAMA Project.