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CA CONTRIBUTES TO AGRICULTURAL POLICY FOR NORTHERN GHANA THROUGH KNOWLEDGE FAIR. Posted Mar 06, 2016 By conserve

In their bid to enhance the agricultural landscape of Northern Ghana, the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) and International Water Management Institute (IWMI) organized a

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THE PAVE PROJECT – DUAL SEASON CROPPING IN NORTHERN GHANA Posted Mar 06, 2016 By conserve

The PAVE project is aimed at enhancing food security and improved nutritional status of farming households within the project districts. The PAVE project is being

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SECURING WATER FOR IMPROVED SEED AND HIGH VALUE VEGETABLE PRODUCTION IN FLOOD-PRONE AREAS OF NORTHERN GHANA. (The Secure Water) Posted Mar 06, 2016 By conserve

The Secure Water Project seeks to enhance the capacities of farmers within selected districts in Northern Ghana to undertake dual season (particularly in the dry

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LITTLE GREEN HANDS: CHILDREN DO MORE WITH TRASH. Posted Mar 06, 2016 By conserve

Ghana is faced with a lot of challenges, but among all poor sanitation has exposed this country to public ridicule. Unfortunately, most of the problems

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LAUNCH OF LITTLE GREEN HANDS 2015 Posted Sep 06, 2015 By conserve

Efficient and effective waste management systems have proven to enhance human health and wellbeing. One of the major environmental challenges confronting Ghana is solid and

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CA PARTICIPATES IN SATOYAMA INITIATIVE REGIONAL WORKSHOP IN AFRICA ,GHANA Posted Aug 26, 2015 By conserve

The Satoyama Initiative Regional Workshop in Africa was held from 10 to 12 August 2015 in Accra, Ghana. This was the first Satoyama Initiative Regional

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CONSERVATION ALLIANCE & RAINFOREST ALLIANCE VISIT ANKASA NATIONAL PARK FOR PARTNERSHIP PROJECT Posted Nov 06, 2011 By conserve

From the cocoa fields of Ghana, Alex Morgan – senior manager of sustainable value chains for the Rainforest Alliance’s agriculture program in the US– writes

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