Ghana is taking active measures to further strengthen the regulation of health technologies in the country.
A diagnostic study conducted on Ghana’s Insurance Industry identifies inclusive insurance and risk finance as critical to closing the country’s protection gap.
Community health workers trained to support the uptake of essential health services for the vulnerable in Ghana during and post-COVID-19.
A stakeholder dialogue was held on the post-2020 global biodiversity framework, to mobilize support for biodiversity conservation in Ghana.
Rose Serwaa Oduro, a young Ghanaian entrepreneur and innovator, is using organic waste to produce animal feed and fertilizer.
UNDP and the EPA are building the capacity of technicians to transition from the use of Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC 22) which is an ozone-depleting chemical to a more environmentally friendly…
UNDP, NDPC and the Ministry of Trade, engaged selected Metropolitan, Municipal District Assemblies (MMDA’s) in Ghana to facilitate the participation of local economies in the AfCFTA.
Women shea producers in Northern Ghana to benefit from international certification to access global markets
UNDP- GEF-Small Grants Programme supported Ripples Ghana to receive Ecocert for Fair-Trade Certification, to enable the sale of shea products produced by over 200 women shea producers, in global…
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.