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Mallam Market Project #1, Green Ghana Project #2, Upcoming #3
Mallam Market Project #1
Distance from Mallam market –Dansoman beach; 7.6km (25minutes), fast route due to traffic conditions.
A river behind Mallam market flows to join the sea at a distance of 7.6km.This River is improperly manage by the inhabitants and the market community as a whole. Dumping of spoil remains of the market product such as routed vegetables, dead poultry remains, expired foods and even a place of human waste. Improper cattle grazing along the river banks has also been a major challenge. This activities has resulted in extinction of aquatic creatures in the river as well as the ocean. A report from my joy online news indicate that, there have been a wash ashore of dead fishes at Ghana’s beaches, https://www.myjoyonline.com/dead-fishes-washed-ashore-be-on-guard-tma-cautions-fishing-communities/
Green Ghana Project #2
Mobilizing for a Greener Future
The Green Ghana Day was introduced in 2021, by H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo as part of an aggressive national afforestation/reforestation programme to restore the lost forest cover of Ghana and to contribute to the global effort to mitigate climate change. The maiden edition was held on June 11 2021, where an estimated 7million tree seedlings were planted across the nation.
Word Clean-up Day Ghana 2022
Word Clean-up Day Ghana 2022
Since 2018, World Cleanup Day has brought together an average of 16 million people WORLDWIDE for the biggest waste collection day in human history.
Glefe Tree Planting Survey
A survey which took place on 22nd October 2022, was to embark on a tree planting project along Glefe Beach, it is the organization’s ambition to bring the deserted beach into a home of coconut and mangroves.
Visit to Weija Dam Site by GLANO
Man’s existence on the planet earth is not possible without water. The existence of every living organism depends on water. All social and economic activities have a correlation with water. Its importance can therefore not be overlooked. Man has put water into several uses in order to sustain animal and plant life. Water is of fundamental importance to all social and economic activities and thus integral to the process of every development.
The Kantamanto Market in Ghana’s capital, Accra, is West Africa’s hub for used apparel from the West. Here, investors rapidly type via piles of garments every day so as to grasp the exceptional bargain. But often, there are greater rags than riches. “We did not get any correct apparel at all,” a dealer instructed DW after this sort of hurried routine. Recently, the deliveries from the West have an increasing number of been centered on so-referred to as rapid-style gadgets. These garments are typically put on after only some weeks. To a few investors, it is in reality an imposition to sift via them. “The items which can be coming now are sincerely affecting our business,” some other dealer said, stressing that such cheap gadgets can not be resold withinside the neighborhood market.