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”

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”

WUZDA Ghana’s Activity on Tracking Sales of Vegetables in Project Communities

WUZDA Ghana has over the past eighteen months been supporting communities in the Tamale Metropolis and Sagnarigu and Savelugu Municipalities in the cultivation of vegetables. This initiative, under the project; “Farm – Promoting Urban Organic Waste for Food and Livelihood Security (FaPUOWaFLiS)”, is aimed at helping improve the economic levels of residents in the beneficiaryContinue reading WUZDA Ghana’s Activity on Tracking Sales of Vegetables in Project Communities

WUZDA Ghana Assesses Pawpaw Plants in Project Communities

One of the activity components of the “Farm – Promoting Urban Organic Waste for Food and Livelihood Security (FaPUOWaFLiS)” Project is the growing of pawpaw to help improve nutrition, as well as the economic well – being of households within the target communities. The “FaPUOWaFLiS” project has six communities across the Tamale Metropolis, Sagnarigu andContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Assesses Pawpaw Plants in Project Communities”

WUZDA Ghana Celebrates Street – Connected Children on IDSC – 2021, with series of advocacy activities

WUZDA Ghana and its local partners in collaboration with the global Consortium for the Street Children have commemorated the International Day for the Street Children, which has an objective to draw attention of governments over the world, to the debilitating conditions in which Street – connected children live. With funding support from Mundo Cooperante, WUZDAContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Celebrates Street – Connected Children on IDSC – 2021, with series of advocacy activities”

WUZDA Ghana Conducts Monitoring of Project Vegetable Farm Fields as part of Preparation for Next Farming season

The “Farm – Promoting Urban Organic Waste for Food and Livelihood Security (FaPUoWAFLiS)” Project, has been running from October 2019, with its main focus on supporting deprived rural communities with basic farming techniques for the cultivation of vegetables using organic compost. The two – year project, funded by our partner Bread for the World inContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Conducts Monitoring of Project Vegetable Farm Fields as part of Preparation for Next Farming season”

WUZDA Ghana Provides Communities with Credit Support to Boost their Trading Activities

WUZDA Ghana, through its Income Generation Credit Support for women in the Northern Region, has disbursed a total of GH¢31,800.00 to four groups, mostly women, in four rural communities in the Northern Region to help them improve their income levels and make life better for their households. This initiative is under the Livelihood Initiatives Program,Continue reading “WUZDA Ghana Provides Communities with Credit Support to Boost their Trading Activities”

Press Statement: International Youth Day – 2020

It is election year in Ghana and in 4 months, the nation goes to the polls. The future of the youth is dependent on the outcome of every general elections. The youth are expected to be the backbone of the development workforce of every nation, however, the limited or no opportunities in developing nations likeContinue reading “Press Statement: International Youth Day – 2020”

Press Statement: World Rainforest Day – 2020

It is important for all humans to make efforts at contributing to preserving biodiversity, as it has a huge impact on human survival. The Amazon rainforest alone provides up to 20% of the oxygen human beings around the world breathe and the freshwater we drink. They are also responsible for the absorption of carbon dioxideContinue reading “Press Statement: World Rainforest Day – 2020”

We’re Hiring!

WUZDA Ghana, a Non-Governmental Organization based in Tamale, is looking to recruit a competent and highly disciplined individual as Programme Officer in charge of Agronomics. WUZDA Ghana is dedicated to working to improve the lives and economic well-being of the rural farmer through drip irrigation technology and the management and preservation of water to enhanceContinue reading “We’re Hiring!”