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Jannat speaks on why you should join Feeding Ghana

Posted by Feeding Ghana on Monday, 4 March 2019
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Baba Alhassan speaks on food security

Posted by Feeding Ghana on Monday, 4 March 2019
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Mr. Alexander Nti speaks about how Ghana can feed the poor.

Posted by Feeding Ghana on Monday, 4 March 2019
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HAWA ON COLLECTION AND GATHERING OF FOOD

Posted by Feeding Ghana on Monday, 4 March 2019

Our message on World Wetland Day 2020 which is marked today.

Posted by Centre For Climate Change & Food Security on Sunday, 2 February 2020

In many rural areas in Ghana, farmers reuse containers that once held chemicals like weedicides and pesticides as water jugs once they are empty. Centre for Climate Change & Food Security is fighting to stop this major cause of poisoning.

Posted by Centre For Climate Change & Food Security on Sunday, 15 September 2019

The Ghanaian NGO Centre For Climate Change & Food Security campaigns against reusing pesticide bottles for drinking purposes. Thanks DW TV.

Posted by Centre For Climate Change & Food Security on Friday, 23 August 2019
When the last tree dies

CCCFS Director of Research, Suleman Issifu featured in Hotline Documentary – When the last tree dies

Posted by Centre For Climate Change & Food Security on Tuesday, 9 April 2019
Reforestation drive by Centre for Climate Change and Food Secu…

Reforestation drive by Centre for Climate Change and Food Security Cocoa farmers at Timeabu in the Ejisu-Juabeng Municipality are cutting down trees on their farms, with no idea about the negative effects. The practice is thwarting government’s ‘Tree on the Farm’ initiative meant to address the impact of climate change on agriculture. Available statistics show that Ghana is losing over 4 billion US dollars annually to land degradation. #CCCFS #CLIMATECHANGE

Posted by Centre For Climate Change & Food Security on Friday, 2 June 2017

A Senior researcher at Cocobod, Mohammed Fuad, has revealed Ghana has the capacity to produce 1.2 million tonnes of Cocoa annually if the demand market is expanded. Ghana has fallen short of meeting its annual target for more than five years, The 2015/2016 crop season for instance saw Ghana bag only 690,000 metric tonnes of cocoa from a target of 850,000 tonnes. The short fall is attributed to poor managerial policies of the Ghana Cocoa Board and unfavorable weather conditions.

Posted by Centre For Climate Change & Food Security on Sunday, 21 May 2017
WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE?

CCCFS has been asking university students about climate change! Take and watch what they had to say….

Posted by Centre For Climate Change & Food Security on Thursday, 10 November 2016
CCCFS visits Timeabu Community in the Ashanti Region

Farmers at Timeabu in the Ejisu-Juaben Municipality of the Ashanti region are still employing old traditional ways of farming that yields less than expected results. Their methods which has become unproductive over the years have been attributed the lack of extension officers to assist them. Centre For Climate Change And Food Security visited the community with extension officers to support them. #CCCFS in the news

Posted by Centre For Climate Change & Food Security on Sunday, 21 May 2017
CCCFS visits Timeabu Community in the Ashanti Region

Farmers at Timeabu in the Ejisu-Juaben Municipality of the Ashanti region are still employing old traditional ways of farming that yields less than expected results. Their methods which has become unproductive over the years have been attributed the lack of extension officers to assist them. Centre For Climate Change And Food Security visited the community with extension officers to support them. #CCCFS in the news

Posted by Centre For Climate Change & Food Security on Sunday, 21 May 2017

Our environmental/Climate economists, Aelxander Enti speaks about the need for government to strategize to mitigate the growing climate effects .

Posted by Centre For Climate Change & Food Security on Thursday, 23 April 2020

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