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Conservation Alliance and Partners Launch BID -AF2020-029- USE PROJECT.

Conservation Alliance and Partners Launch BID -AF2020-029- USE PROJECT.

With funding from JRS Biodiversity Foundation and the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) under the Biodiversity Information for Development (BID) programme, Conservation Alliance and its implanting partners, A Rocha Ghana, Council for Scientific and Industrial…
CA Joins in the GREEN GHANA Tree Planting Exercise

CA Joins in the GREEN GHANA Tree Planting Exercise

As part of Conservation Alliance International’s mandate to conserve biodiversity across Africa especially in forest areas, we partook in the Green Ghana Campaign together with five community based organisations from five districts in the Western…
Strengthening Farm Resilience through the Innovative Pave Irrigation Technology for Dry Season Farming.

Strengthening Farm Resilience through the Innovative Pave Irrigation Technology for Dry Season Farming.

Strengthening Farm Resilience through the Innovative Pave Irrigation Technology for Dry Season Farming in Northern Ghana – From Dry Lands to Flourishing fields. Water logging and flooding are major factors impeding agricultural productivity in Northern…
Five Community Resources Management Areas InAugurated In The Western Region of Ghana.

Five Community Resources Management Areas InAugurated In The Western Region of Ghana.

A two-day inaugural ceremony was organized in October for five Community Resource Management Areas (CREMAs) (Asuo Bia Nkyirima, Juaboso District, Akotombraman, Aowin and Boin CREMAs) established in the Western Region of Ghana under the Enhancing…
Reducing Human Elephant Conflict Through Stakeholder Engagement, Monitoring and Law Enforcement.

Reducing Human Elephant Conflict Through Stakeholder Engagement, Monitoring and Law Enforcement.

For farming communities situated around the edge of both Kakum and Bia Conservation Areas in the Central and Western regions of Ghana respectively, the problem of elephant crop raid appears to be a normal phenomenon.…