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Ordinarily, engagements within the cocoa sector especially in the community have been male-dominated. However, women along the cocoa value chain, specifically women cocoa farmers are capable of enhancing climate-smart cocoa production and sustainability if given the right resources including access to real-time information and capacity development. Under the Green Livelihoods Alliance Programme II (GLA 2), Tropenbos Ghana strengthened the capacity of eighty-two (82) women from various cocoa co-operatives across eleven (11) Cocoa Districts in the Western North Region of Ghana.
The Board Chair of Tropenbos Ghana, Professor Alfred Oteng-Yeboah has been awarded the highest conservation award - the John C. Phillips Memorial Medal by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) for his immeasurable contribution towards biodiversity conservation. The Ghanaian Professor received the prestigious award at the 2021 IUCN World Conservation Congress held in Ma
Key stakeholders in natural resources and agriculture in the Western North Region have undergone a three-day training in climate-resilient actions. The training was organized by Tropenbos Ghana under its Mobilizing More for Climate (MoMo4C) Programme. Representatives from Community Resources Management Area (CREMA), Hotspot Management Board (HMB), youth in cocoa, women in cocoa, and individual farmers in Sefwi Wiawso municipal, Juabeso, and Bia West districts benefited from the training.
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