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CONSERVATION COCOA ASSOSOCIATION APPLAUDS GOVERNMENT FOR FREE INPUTS Posted Jul 14, 2017 By Henrietta Asiedu

  About 2,000 beneficiary cocoa farmers of Conservation Cocoa Association (CCA), a farmer group supported by Conservation Alliance in the Western Region of Ghana have

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A LEAP FOR GIRLS IN NORTHEN GHANA ON EARTH DAY Posted Apr 25, 2017 By Henrietta Asiedu

April 19, 2017- In recognition of the 47th Earth Day today, Girls for Environment (G4E) is joining individuals and organizations around the world in the

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GHANA & COTE D’IVOIRE AGREE TO PROTECT ELEPHANTS WITHIN THEIR SHARED BOUNDARY Posted Nov 18, 2016 By Henrietta Asiedu

As part of activities of the GEF/FAO funded Trans-boundary project between Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire, a Project Steering Committee (PSC) meeting was organized in the

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CONSERVATION ALLIANCE RECEIVES AWARD FOR GREEN INITIATIVES IN GHANA Posted Oct 10, 2016 By Henrietta Asiedu

Conservation Alliance International (CA) has received an award of merit at the maiden edition of the Ghana Green Awards and Expo (GGAE) which was held at

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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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