WUZDA Ghana Project Communities Harvesting for 2022 Crop Season

The Farm – Promoting Urban Organic Waste for Food and Livelihood Security (FaPUOWaFLiS) project is being implemented in ten communities in the northern region of Ghana. Some 101 direct and indirect farms in communities are all engaged mostly in vegetable cultivation with the support of WUZDA Ghana’s drip irrigation technology, which enables the farmers toContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Project Communities Harvesting for 2022 Crop Season”

CONIWAS Celebrates National WASH Week

The Ghana Coalition of NGOs in the water and sanitation sector (CONIWAS), has commemorated the maiden edition of the National WASH Week, across the three zones of Ghana. The idea, which was put into action, was birthed at the 2021 National MOLE Conference which took place at Ejisu in the Ashanti Region, under the theme:Continue reading “CONIWAS Celebrates National WASH Week”

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, MustaphaContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Monthly Round up of Major Activities for August”

Press Release: RE: International Day of the African Child – IDAC 2022

16th June, 2022 WUZDA Ghana has over the years been championing the course of ensuring all children of school going age get the opportunity to be in school. This, the organization believes is one of the surest ways the country can begin to reduce the harmful effects that accompany child school drop outs. The InternationalContinue reading “Press Release: RE: International Day of the African Child – IDAC 2022”

PRESS RELEASE – International Earth Day 2022 – 22nd April, 2022

By: WUZDA Ghana Communications What if nature existed not? What if the environment was not conducive enough to house humans? What if humans had extreme difficulty in breathing and living, due to the absence of nature? Is that even possible? On Earth Day today, WUZDA Ghana needs you to reflect on these questions, which couldContinue reading “PRESS RELEASE – International Earth Day 2022 – 22nd April, 2022”

WUZDA Ghana on IDSC – 2022; call for Policy and Action as Means to Ending Streetism

The International Day for Street Children – 2022 has once again provided an opportunity for government agencies in charge of child welfare, as well as the CSO, to reflect on efforts being put into ridding the streets of children who go through unimaginable hardships to live. WUZDA Ghana has over the years taken interest inContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana on IDSC – 2022; call for Policy and Action as Means to Ending Streetism”

WUZDA Ghana and Partners Round off First Quarter Activities under CEsMASPRED Project

The “Cost – Effective Strategy Influencing Mass Response to COVID – 19 Vaccine” (CEsMASPRED), being implemented by WUZDA Ghana and its local partners under the Alliance for Future Generations (AFG – Ghana), is a project which aims at complementing the various efforts by the government and some private bodies, towards the recording of 100% vaccination ofContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana and Partners Round off First Quarter Activities under CEsMASPRED Project”

WUZDA Ghana Provides Cash Credit to Support Rural Women in Income Generation

Women in Bamvim Dohini have been fortunate to have benefited from WUZDA Ghana’s credit support to improve on their various trading activities, under WUZDA Ghana’s Women Income Generation Support, as part of the Livelihood Initiatives programme. The aim of the credit support, is to help raise the level of income generation by women in ruralContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Provides Cash Credit to Support Rural Women in Income Generation”

Detach Politics from Education to Ensure Quality Delivery – WUZDA Ghana to Government

Programme Manager for WUZDA Ghana, Mr. Abdul Karim Ziblim, has charged politicians to wash their hands off the technical operation of education, if they truly want the sector to succeed in training future leaders. This call, was made when WUZDA Ghana paid a visit to the Savannah Regional Education Directorate, to discuss factors affecting theContinue reading “Detach Politics from Education to Ensure Quality Delivery – WUZDA Ghana to Government”

WUZDA Ghana and Partners Celebrate Girls on IDGC – 2021

This year’s International Day of the Girl Child had a focus on exposing the girl child to the digitization turn the world has taken, and how she can explore and learn from and through various online portals and activities. The IDGC 2021 theme, “Digital generation, our generation”, raised conversation on the need for the girlContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana and Partners Celebrate Girls on IDGC – 2021”