WUZDA Ghana Conducts Training For Farmers On The Drip Irrigation And Mobile Messaging Technologies

WUZDA Ghana has provided training to its vegetable farmer groups in the six communities it is implementing the ‘Farm-Promoting Urban Organic Waste for Food and Livelihood Security’, ‘FaPUOWaFLiS’ Project. The training, facilitated by Professor at the University for Development Studies (UDS), Ing. Professor Abdul Ganiyu Shaibu, is aimed at re-awakening the spirit of ownership amongContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Conducts Training For Farmers On The Drip Irrigation And Mobile Messaging Technologies”

PRESS RELEASE ON PARBOIL RICE BY THE YOUTH ADVOCACY ON RIGHTS AND OPPORTUNITIES (YARO)

Ghana has been spending an excess of 1 billion US Dollars on the importation of rice every year since 2015 and we at YARO see this trend to be a creation of a problem for an ailing economy like Ghana, when we can focus on retooling our local rice production sector. A survey we conductedContinue reading “PRESS RELEASE ON PARBOIL RICE BY THE YOUTH ADVOCACY ON RIGHTS AND OPPORTUNITIES (YARO)”

We’re Hiring!!!

WUZDA Ghana, a Non-Governmental Organization based in Tamale, is looking to recruit a competent lady to occupy its Gender development/ Governance and Accountability desk. WUZDA Ghana is dedicated to working to improve the suffering of vulnerable persons having difficulties understanding and benefitting from certain public policies and require some education/awareness, to avoid discrimination. The GenderContinue reading “We’re Hiring!!!”

WUZDA Ghana meets with German Donor to discuss Scale up of Project

WUZDA Ghana and its main partner, Bread for The World in Germany have met to look at possible ways to scale up on a project they have partnered to run as pilot for two years. The project “Farm Promoting Urban Waste For Food and Livelihood Security” took off with implementation in 2016 and ended inContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana meets with German Donor to discuss Scale up of Project”

Manguli Community VSLA Women Group Holds Graduation

It was all joy for the Wun Zooya VSLA group members in Manguli in the Tamale Metropolitan area as they successfully went through their graduation, Wednesday. The group is one of two in the community, where the Village Savings and Loans Association (VSLA) initiative is being used by WUZDA Ghana to raise the habit ofContinue reading “Manguli Community VSLA Women Group Holds Graduation”

Moremi Initiative And Partners Launch Project To Tackle Early Girl Child Marriage

Early marriage of young girls by parents has become an issue of concern especially in the northern part of Ghana, as stakeholders in girl child welfare put all hands on deck, with a goal to put an end to it as a contribution to national development. The decades old practice is still being considered inContinue reading “Moremi Initiative And Partners Launch Project To Tackle Early Girl Child Marriage”

WUZDA Ghana Trains Staff On Tools Needed To Implement A Successful Project

WUZDA Ghana’s staff especially those involved in field work have received an intensive training on how they can use some available tools to make and report gains on projects. The training drew the staff’s attention to new tools that can be employed in the spirit of ‘innovation and technology’, to help implement a project successfully.Continue reading “WUZDA Ghana Trains Staff On Tools Needed To Implement A Successful Project”

WUZDA Ghana Introduces New Latrine Design Known As Ecosafe

WUZDA Ghana and its partner artisans in the latrine and sanitation module, have unveiled a new design called the Ecosave. The Ecosave is an environmentally friendly latrine which ensures safety of the household in terms of usage and ease of accessibility. This type of design is made to look like the Ecosan but has aContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Introduces New Latrine Design Known As Ecosafe”

WUZDA Ghana Press Statement on World Water Day, 2018

Water is a precious commodity in human daily life. Water is precious because without it, human beings cannot live. According to the World Water Day website, 2.1 billion people in the world today live without safe drinking water at home, affecting their health, education and livelihoods. Sustainable Development Goal 6 enjoins the world to ensureContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Press Statement on World Water Day, 2018”

Project Mid – Term Evaluation Terms of Reference

Terms of Reference Mid Term Evaluation Project title: Farm – Promoting Waste for Food and Livelihood Security Region: Tamale, Northern Region, Ghana Main Partner: Wuni Zaligu Development Association (WUZDA) Contact Person: Abdul-Karim Ziblim (Programme Manager) E-mail:wunzalgu2004@yahoo.com Mobile: +233 (0)501389113 Introduction: WUZDA and Farm promoting Waste for Food and Livelihood Security 1.1 Partner Profile and projectContinue reading “Project Mid – Term Evaluation Terms of Reference”