1.Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security Intervention
Majority of Ghana’s population lives in rural areas with agriculture as their main economic activity. With the rural sector producing the bulk of the nation’s output of food, the standard of living of the rural people needs to be improved. read more
2. WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE INTERVENTION AREA
COMMUNITY-LED TOTAL SANITATION (CLTS)
This is a sanitation management approach where community members are empowered to take the lead in managing all sanitation related activities in their communities to promote healthy living style and to prevent sanitation related sicknesses. read more
3. Skills and livelihood Development and income generation
The skills and livelihoods Programme of CIWED is devoted to decreasing the employment and poverty levels in Ghanaian economy Particularly Northern Region. This is achieved through providing of youth with a variety of sustainable skills and livelihood opportunities. read more
4. Quality Basic Education
As part of global efforts towards achieving the sustainable development goal 4, Ghana as a member of United Nations subscribed to all the SDGs and therefore committed to the SDG 4 of ‘’Ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promoting lifelong learning opportunity for all’’, not only because of that SDGs but because “education opens doors for success for the individual, which subsequently affects the country as a whole”. Ghana’s National Action Plan on the convention on the rights of the child committed the state to achieving universal access to basic education and completion of primary school for at least 80% of children aged six to eleven. read more…
5. Gender Equality and Child Protection
Ghana’s decentralization concept sought to provide a window of opportunity for people or citizens of a particular locality to participate in decisions that affect their wellbeing. Participation is regarded as a pre-requisite of sustainable development because it creates platform for effective, realistic and responsive decision making to meet the needs and priorities of the locality. Allowing for popular participation in decision making is an effective instrument to ensure public accountability to the people and the influence of the citizens on the allocation of public resources. read more…
6. FTF-USAID AGRICULTURE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROJECT.
Title of the proposed grant activity: ”Transfer and scale up improved technologies and practices (certified seed and ISFM) to farmers”.