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Ghana
Multifocal Area
17,546.00
Project Number:   GHA/93/013
The project was sited in the Paga and Navrongo areas of Upper East Region of Ghana – a guinea savannah area with serious deforestation problems caused by bushfires, over-extraction of fuelwood and the practice of slash and burn agriculture. These ( ... )
Ghana
Biodiversity
15,625.00
Project Number:   GHA/94/020
According to the Ghana Forestry Commission, the nation has about 1,904 sacred groves ranging from 0.5 – 1,300 hectares. Such groves fall under category 7 of the IUCN/UNESCO conservation areas. Some of these areas are important resources for ( ... )
Ghana
Multifocal Area
7,049.00
Project Number:   GHA/93/012
The Guakoo Sacred Grove at Pokuase is the only surviving dry semi-deciduous forest on the outskirts of Accra, which typically falls within the coastal savannah shrubland of Ghana. The grove also forms part of the green belt that is to encircle the ( ... )
Ghana
Multifocal Area
50,000.00
Project Number:   GHA/93/009
Lagoons are vital ecosystems for the development of the juvenile stages of many marine biodiversity since they contain brackish water.Brackish water is less saline than sea water. The Sango lagoon, located in the densely populated peri-urban ( ... )
Ghana
Biodiversity
3,168.00
Project Number:   GHA/93/014
Tuobodom is located in the Techiman District in the Forest-Savannah transition zone of Ghana. This zone produces most of the fuelwood and charcoal for the big cities in the south of Ghana. The beneficiary group was a Junior Secondary School who ( ... )
Ghana
Biodiversity
15,164.00
Project Number:   GHA/93/008
The project was located in Funsi, on the northwestern border of Mole National Park – Ghana’s premier wildlife park. The park is threatened by deforestation, bushfires, poaching of wildlife and encroachment by fringe communities for farmland. The ( ... )
Ghana
Biodiversity
1,680.67
Project Number:   GHA/93/002
The Busunya Forest forms part of a larger forest ecosystem that harbours large numbers of threatened Mona Monkeys, Cercopithecus mona and Black and White colobus Monkeys, Colobus polykomos. The major threat to this ecosystem is deforestation through ( ... )
Ghana
Multifocal Area
6,225.41
Project Number:   GHA/93/004
Large areas of the Nanumba District suffer extensive bush burning every year leading to reduced availability of fuelwood, poles and forest products including medicinal plants and wildlife. The project was to train 5 communities in environmental ( ... )
Ghana
Climate Change Mitigation
1,559.84
Project Number:   GHA/93/005
A series of training workshops were organised for 30 women from 8 communities in Tolon-Kumbungu District of Northern Ghana. The training was preceded by environmental education and demonstrations on the efficiency of the FEW stove made from local ( ... )
Ghana
Biodiversity
1,344.00
Project Number:   GHA/93/006
Project demonstrated ex-situ biodiversity protection by establishing a plot of depleted and increasingly rare medicinal trees and shrubs. Project also demonstrated in-situ conservation of some medicinal shrubs species by cultivating cashew in a ( ... )
Ghana
Biodiversity
16,373.00
Project Number:   GHA/93/003
31st December Women’s Movement recognized excessive extraction of fuelwood as a major threat to biodiversity conservation and soil conservation in Savelugu-Nanton, Tolon-Kumbungu and Tamale Districts of Northern Ghana. In response, project ( ... )
Ghana
Climate Change Mitigation
9,012.00
Project Number:   GHA/93/001
Capacity building workshops for members of NARWOA (National Refrigeration and Air conditioning Workshop Owners Association).Theory included GEF criteria, chemistry of CFC’s and other halons, and their effect on the ozone layer; the effect of ozone ( ... )
Ghana
Climate Change Mitigation
2,935.00
Project Number:   GHA/93/007
Rehabilitation of Biogas Plant Lessons learned: biogas technology is feasible and can serve as an alternative to fuelwood for domestic energy but brick-lined underground fixed dome is too expensive for the rural poor; a cheaper design needs to be ( ... )
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