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Waste collectors trained on best waste management practices to mitigate COVID-19 infection

UNDP and partners trained waste collectors and pickers on best waste management practices and procedures to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 infection.  

How Ghana is Strengthening its Climate Plan

The clock on the UN’s Decade of Action has started ticking fast and 2020 marks a critical five-year milestone for Ghana under the Paris Agreement. Ghana has begun the process of revising its NDCs…  

COVID-19 Innovation Challenge - Creating the “New Normal” and Building the Recovery

The UNDP Ghana Accelerator Lab is creating a nation-wide innovation platform to identify local solutions designed to help society as we all adjust to COVID-19.  

NDPC partners with UNDP to support Districts Assemblies prepare COVID-19 recovery plans

NDPC and UNDP are supporting Metropolitan, Municipal and Districts Assemblies (MMDAs) to prepare COVID-19 recovery plans.  

Electoral Violence and Political Vigilantism in Ghana

CDD Ghana with support from UNDP conducted a research to understand the drivers of political vigilantism and electoral violence and how stakeholders can work together to curb these growing threats. …  

Ghana commits to implementing its ambitious climate actions by launching a revision process

Ghana launched the revision process of its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) to strengthen the implementation of national priorities on climate change adaptation and mitigation.  

Green Climate Fund approves $54.5m project to reduce deforestation and carbon emissions in Ghana’s shea landscape

Green Climate Fund approved a project worth 54.5 million US dollars to address the alarming deforestation and forest degradation challenges in Ghana.  

Operationalizing Volunteer Credits to protect and transform businesses amidst COVID-19

Members of professional associations and individuals should consider earning ‘Volunteer Credits’ by taking actions that protect businesses and help them transform.  

COVID-19 forced businesses in Ghana to reduce wages for over 770,000 workers, and caused about 42,000 layoffs - research reveals

The shock caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has had considerable impacts on Ghanaian firms, forcing businesses to reduce staff hours, cut wages, & lay-off workers.  

Ghana COVID-19 Business Tracker Report

The shock caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has had considerable impacts on Ghanaian firms, with businesses reducing staff hours, cutting wages, & laying off workers.  

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