A young Ghanaian entrepreneur and an awardee of UNDP supported Youth Innovation for Sustainable Development (YISD) Challenge finds economic freedom in an eco-friendly snail rearing business.
SDGs can best be achieved through partnerships and multilateralism. Together, the world can advance human security in all its dimensions, to secure a better future for all people and the planet.
With more partners, UNDP and partners can continue to support communities to adapt to climate change impacts in Ghana.
Greening agricultural produce for people and the planet: the story of a Social Entrepreneur in Ghana
Abdullah Hamza is a young social entrepreneur, doing amazing work in the Northern Region of Ghana, with his ‘greening commodities’ business that is contributing to the fight against climate change.
UNDP and partners are supporting women to harness mobile technology for digital and financial inclusion. This is to empower them to run strong and profitable businesses and bridge digital gaps.
Ghana joins the rest of the world in launching a landmark report that shapes the new frontier in global human development. The report recognizes that for the first time in a relationship spanning…
Elections 2020: promoting disarmament and discouraging the use of light weapons in Ghana's elections
Under its “BallotswithoutBullets” campaign, UNDP and partners carried out peace sensitization outreach in 5 constituencies to engage and educate the public on peaceful elections in Ghana.
CSOs in Ghana are being trained to enhance their capacity to advocate on emerging trends on small arms and light weapons.
The achievement of the SDGs will be meaningless without the existence of peace.
Members of professional associations and individuals should consider earning ‘Volunteer Credits’ by taking actions that protect businesses and help them transform.