WUZDA Ghana Monthly Round up of Major Activities for August

Field Visits on FaPUOWaFLiS Project

The field team on the Farm – Promoting Urban Organic Waste for Food and Livelihood Security (FaPUOWaFLiS) project visited the various communities for monitoring on how the crops were faring since the farmers planted them.

These monitoring visits were carried out by the Program Officer in charge of Agronomy, Mustapha Fuseini and the Drip Technician, Dawuda Sulemana.

Visits to Prisons School Complex and Communities on “The Right to be a Girl”

Program Officer in charge of Gender and WASH Marketing, Sulemana Abdul Karim, M & E Officer, Ibrahim Abdul Ganiyu, Media and Communitions Officer, Shaibu Awudu, together with German Volunteer, Matthias Rauthman, paid visits to the Prisons School Complex in the Sagnarigu Municipality and Dakpemyili in the North East Gonja District of the Savannah Region.

These visits were in preparation for the third phase implementation of the “Right to be a Girl – Policy Prioritization as Factor” project, which starts in September, 2022.

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Sagnarigu Municipal Assembly Sanitation Bazaar

WUZDA Ghana, as a partner in development in the Sagnarigu Municipality, was invited by the Sagnarigu Municipal Assembly to take part in a sanitation bazaar it has organized for the partners to showcase the varieties and options they have, to help in improving services and to end open defecation in the municipality.

WUZDA Ghana took the opportunity to exhibit the various toilet options it has, in innovation solution, for the benefit of households and institutions’ sanitation improvement.

Vaccine Hesitancy Project Activities in Buipe

The Vaccine hesitancy project, known as the “ProBESPCoD”, is being implemented in communities in the Northern and Savannah Regions. This is being carried out by eight organizations, who are responsible for 2 communities each within the target districts.

WUZDA Ghana, is responsible for the implementation of the activities in Yipala in Buipe and Kotia and Amanja in the Central Gonja District of the Savannah Region.

As part of the activities in August, WUZDA Ghana carried out a data collection exercise, which targeted the health personnel to ascertain the level of hesitancy that still exists in the target communities.

Also, a durbar and meeting with the communities was held for purposes of sensitization and feedback collection on the outcome of the activities implemented so far.

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