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Nelson Boateng, a Ghanaian innovator builds houses and makes pavement blocks with plastic waste.
Alinko recycles plastic waste into chair leg floor protectors, curtain ropes & plastic lumber for furniture. UNDP spotlight attracted him more partnerships.
UNDP, with funding from the Government of Japan, has launched two new projects to contribute to Ghana’s COVID-19 recovery, and peace and security in West Africa.
Journalists trained to equip them with deep understanding of the Ghana COVID-19 Agribusiness Tracker which assessed the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on agribusinesses in Ghana.
Data is critical in development planning. The results of Ghana’s COVID-19 Agribusiness Tracker survey provide insights to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on agribusinesses.
Ghana is a beacon of peace in Africa but recent trends of crimes, conflicts and violence require urgent action to identify signs and indicators early to mitigate and prevent them.
UNDP Resident Representative, Angela Lusigi, urged stakeholders to deepen collaboration to address evolving security threats being compounded by rising economic, social, political, and environmental…
Effective water resource management is critical to building community resilience to adapt to climate change impacts.
Ghana’s first mini hydro plant supported by UNDP is an engine for job creation and power generation.
Ghana strengthens the capacities of key stakeholders to understand the GCF funding processes to improve the quality of proposals to access funding to accelerate climate action.