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”

Program Officer Shows Satisfaction over work on Group’s Vegetable Farm

Program Officer for WUZDA Ghana, Ibrahim Abubakar says the vegetable farm cultivated by the group in Duunying gives him much hope that the ‘Farm Urban Waste for Livelihood and Food Security’ project will succeed massively. The project, funded by German donor ‘Bread for The World’ is being piloted in six communities across the northern regionContinue reading “Program Officer Shows Satisfaction over work on Group’s Vegetable Farm”

WUZDA Ghana Project Beneficiaries Express Joy Over Training On Compost Preparation

Communities in which WUZDA Ghana is implementing its ‘Farm Promoting Urban Waste for Livelihood and Food Security’ project were overjoyed after receiving training on organic compost preparation for use on their vegetable farms. Six communities were gathered and taken through basic steps in the preparation of a type of compost that holds the soil togetherContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Project Beneficiaries Express Joy Over Training On Compost Preparation”

WUZDA Ghana Trains Farmers On Compost Preparation

WUZDA Ghana, arguably northern Ghana’s leading NGO in agriculture and livelihood initiatives, has yet again brought together farmers to show them practically, how to prepare organic compost using waste materials from the household level to industry. The training brought together male and female vegetable farmers from communities in Tamale including Duunying, Nyoglo, Libiga, Manguli, YongContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Trains Farmers On Compost Preparation”

WUZDA Ghana Press Statement On World Toilet Day 2017

The World Toilet Day is observed every 19th of November with the focus of stakeholders on issues surrounding sanitation, particularly Human waste and how the management of these issues could be dealt with to ensure access. The World Toilet Day has always been about inspiring action to tackle global sanitation crisis, as there has beenContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Press Statement On World Toilet Day 2017”

Photos : Review Of Project On Farm Promoting Urban Waste for Livelihood and Food Security

The above are pictures from the Bucket Drip Irrigation component of the Farm Promoting Urban Waste for Livelihood and Food security Project being Implemented by WUZDA Ghana with funding from German charity organization, Bread For The World. There will be pictures soon of another component which deals with the distribution of sheep to the farmersContinue reading “Photos : Review Of Project On Farm Promoting Urban Waste for Livelihood and Food Security”

WUZDA Ghana Champions The Use Of Ecosan Latrine For Households In Northern Ghana

WUZDA Ghana is pushing for households in the northern part of Ghana to appreciate the use of the Ecosan type of latrine to help end open defecation, and help improve farm yield. The Ecological sanitation, commonly abbreviated to ecosan (also spelled eco-san or Ecosan), is an approach which is characterized by a desire to safelyContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Champions The Use Of Ecosan Latrine For Households In Northern Ghana”

WUZDA distributes Sheep to members of Communities in its Operational Districts

Livelihood empowerment Non-governmental Organization, WUZDA Ghana has distributed small ruminants of sheep to communities in the districts which it is implementing the Farm Promoting Urban Waste for Livelihood and Food security Project, funded by Bread for The World in Germany. Seven households in each community received a sheep each which is expected to reproduce andContinue reading “WUZDA distributes Sheep to members of Communities in its Operational Districts”

WUZDA Ghana Engages Beneficiaries Of Bucket Drip Irrigation Project

WUZDA – Ghana has as part of its Bucket Drip Irrigation Project engaged beneficiary farmers in its operational districts. The bucket drip irrigation project by WUZDA – Ghana is being implemented in six communities in the Savelugu/ Nanton Municipality, Sagnarigu District and Tamale Metropolitan, all in the Northern Region.The project seeks to empower households inContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Engages Beneficiaries Of Bucket Drip Irrigation Project”