Project Background: Social and environmental factors including climate change are increasing gender inequalities and causing women to loss access to resources.
What is SRJS?
The SRJS programme is a partnership between the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Netherlands (IUCN NL), and World Wildlife Fund, Netherlands (WWF NL) under the ‘Dialogue and Dissent programme of the Dutch Government aimed at securing IPGs for improved livelihoods.
Project Background: Unsustainable agricultural practices and unwise use of natural resources have been a persistent cause of degradation and deforestation leading to reduced livelihoods.
The Women2030 is a women and gender focused initiative designed to empower Women and Gender Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to influence gender-responsive 2030 Sustainable Development Goals Agen
YOUTH IN GHANA TO REALISE THEIR POTENTIAL/S.
This was an intervention of The DI to reverse the loss of biodiversity in Woadze and its immediate environs of Weto Mountain.
This project is under the "Ensuring Environmental Security and Livelihoods" through an Ecosystem Approach for Community Resources Management Areas (CREMAs) at the Weto Mountain Range in the Volta R
Project Background: Ghanaians are already experiencing effects of climate change in regular floods and rainfall variability, in the familiar context of climate change leading to gr
The Dayi River basin lies in the southeast sub-tropical Ghana. This rural area has 144.000 inhabitants on approximately 1200 km2.