Restore 2,000,000 trees in 8 regions in Ghana

by Women & Youth Development Association Ghana

Summary

Lack of rains has rendered farmers jobless, leading to high poverty .2 million trees planted, 6,000 women & youth will be provided with free seedlings,farm imputs & stoves in 8 regions of Ghana.
$25
total raised
1
donor
0
monthly donors
6
years active

Challenge

Lack of rain fall has rendered a lot of farmers jobless.Children drop-out from school increase, teenage pregnancy high,maternal and child mortality increased, rural urban drift increase, lost of important trees and plants,the main two planting season has change to one. 6000 women and youth mobilise in the eight regions of Ghana. Plant 2,000,000 various trees and plants and promotion of efficient stoves and bulbs by the people.

Solution

Planting of trees , encourage use of efficient stoves, provision of energy bulbs and solar lamps,provision of trees nursery seedlings, supply of free seedlings to farmers and community members,planting of drought resistant plant.

Long-Term Impact

2,000,000 trees planted, mobilised 6,000 women and youth,8 region in Ghana reached, jobs created, income level of farmers increased, rain fall increased, farming activities increased,socio-economic status of the people improved

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Organization Information

Women & Youth Development Association Ghana

Location: Apam , Gomoa District, Central Region - Ghana
Website: mailto:name@domain
Project Leader:
MORO OSMAN FUKUYAMA
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Ankamu -- Apam Gomoa, Central Region Ghana

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