More frequent and severe weather events mean unmet water needs. UNDP with MESTI, is helping vulnerable communities in Northern Ghana to better manage their water resources and diversify livelihoods.
Women in rural communities in most developing countries are often vulnerable to climate change. Dry season farming initiative to build rural women's resilience to climate change impact in Ghana.
UNDP announces the call for concept notes from the private sector for the 1st edition of its ‘Waste’ Recovery Innovation Challenge (WRIC).The Challenge aims to provide technical and financial support…
UNDP and Government of Ghana to hold NDC Investment Forum on March 18-19, 2019 in Accra. The event aims to catalyse private sector investment, and financial as well as substantive support from all…
UNDP Calls on Minister of Foreign Affairs to Deepen Working Relations
UNDP Ghana is determined to become a next generation Country Office, a valued partner and an excellent service provider to the UN System in Ghana and to all partners.
The private sector needs to be explored as a critical partner to facilitate the implementation of the SDGs and the African Union's agenda 2063.
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…