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Climate Harmony Project
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Climate Harmony Project

Project Duration: October 2022 – March 2023 PROJECT SCOPE/OBJECTIVE 1. Tree Planting And Climate Change Sensitization Project a. Raise awareness among a targeted number of 2000 pupils and students within the 6 months of the implementation. b. Plant a minimum of 500 trees – for demonstration purposes and increasing the carbon sink – trees stewarded...

School greening
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School greening

With rapid loss of vegetation which arises from different competing uses of land, it has become necessary to have alternative lands which can support the continuous availability of vegetation. In Ghana, most schools have vast lands which are being degraded by soil erosion.

Farmer-based Climate Adaptation Project (FCAP)
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Farmer-based Climate Adaptation Project (FCAP)

Agriculture is critical to Africa and specifically, Ghana’s growth and development, but climate change could destabilize local markets, curb economic growth, and heighten risk for agricultural investors.
Climate change is expected to make agricultural development in Africa more challenging. Weather patterns are becoming less favorable in many instances, increasing the volatility of crop and livestock yields.

Ghana River Frog
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Ghana River Frog

Listed as Near Threatened as the species is close to qualifying for Vulnerable under B2ab(iii) because of its estimated area of occupancy (AOO) of 2,000-2,500 km2, the ongoing decline in the quality and extent of its habitat, which is thought to divide the species into eleven or fewer threat-defined locations.

Consciously rediscovering nature
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Consciously rediscovering nature

As a developing nation that prides itself in its greenery, one would have anticipated to have a lot of such fields or areas that would connect humans to their natural environment, but it is not the case. Aboriginal activist, Bobby McLeod asserted that ‘’when the earth is sick and polluted human health is impossible…