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The National Ozone Office of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sensitized students of selected Senior High Schools across Ghana on Ozone depletion and the need to protect the Ozone Layer.
Aisha and many other women in Tampion directly depend on the only dam in the community for domestic and commercial uses. For the residents of Tampion, having water available all year round, is good.
UNDP facilitated and hosted national stakeholders to discuss Ghana’s preparations towards the Conference of Parties (COP) on the Minamata Convention on mercury.
GEF/SGP announces the 2018 "call for proposals" to award small grants of up to US$50,000 to CSOs for the most innovative initiatives for mercury reduction (elimination) in artisanal and small scale…
Solar-powered irrigation pumps provided by UNDP and the Energy Commission is supporting smallholder farmers in Northern Ghana to irrigate their vegetable and fruit fields all year-round, resulting in…
UNDP and the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD), with support from Mondelēz International, have trained 250 newly elected executives (including 75 women) of the Ayum-Asuokow Community Resource Management…
UNDP called for concerted efforts to consider the special needs, concerns, knowledge and experiences of both male and female in climate change adaptation and mitigation planning, and implementation.
UNDP, in collaboration with the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources (MLNR), the Green Livelihood Alliance (A Rocha Ghana, Tropenbos Ghana, Friends of the Earth Ghana), SNV, IUCN, Mondelez…
Increased partnership from all stakeholders will drive maximum support for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Governments of Ghana and Ecuador signed an Aide Memoire (agreement) expressing interest to cooperate on environmental protection, with focus on forestry development.