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Training Farmers on Climate-Smart Agricultural Technologies at Mognori

Ghana Wildlife Society Trains Farmers on Climate-Smart Agricultural Technologies at Mognori

The Ghana Wildlife Society organized a workshop on Thursday, 15th June 2023 to train farmer groups in Mognori and adjoining communities in the Mole landscape on climate-smart agricultural technologies under the AfriEvolve Project. The AfriEvolve project funded by German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation Development (BMZ) and Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union (NABU) is a […]

Wintering and Stopover Ecology of Wood Warblers in Ghana.

Sponsors Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) The last decade has seen declines of Palearctic migrant birds in Europe. The problems faced by migrant birds on their European breeding grounds are relatively well known however, these species leave their breeding grounds for over half of the year to head Sub-Saharan habitats in West Africa. […]

Solar-powered Drip Irrigation for Women CREMA Members at Mognori

Solar-powered drip irrigation for Mognori CREMA

In a move aimed at empowering women and promoting sustainable agriculture, the Ghana Wildlife Society inaugurated a solar-powered drip irrigation system on Tuesday, November 29, 2022, in Mognori, a community located in the West Gonja Municipality of the Savannah region. This project, developed in collaboration with local partners, is set to serve as a training […]

Wintering and Stopover Ecology of Wood Warblers in Ghana.

Sponsors Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) The last decade has seen declines of Palearctic migrant birds in Europe. The problems faced by migrant birds on their European breeding grounds are relatively well known however, these species leave their breeding grounds for over half of the year to head Sub-Saharan habitats in West Africa. […]