In an era of dwindling donor support for Ghana, due partly to the country’s attainment of Lower Middle Income Country (LMIC) status, the repercussions awaiting the country include, but not limited to the stunting of the implementation of pro-poor development projects.
Project Activity: Small Holder Agricultural Development (SHAD) Coordinators of activity: Daniel Adotey and Aisha Mohammed. Total participants: 50 (Males: 38, Females: 12) On Thursday, 18th December 2014, SEND–GHANA in collaboration with Peasant Farmers Association, Ghana (PFAG) held a workshop to review and analyse the 2015 budgetary allocation to the Agricultural…
Some Farmers in the East Gonja district of the Northern region have noted that inoculants have the potential to boost their soya beans production in the 2014/2015 cropping season.
SEND-GHANA on Saturday 9th May, 2015 handed over three (3) Massey Ferguson Tractors (435 model) and accessories worth 183,000 USD (ie 671,610.00 Ghana cedis) to three Zonal Cooperative Associations in its resolve to improve agricultural production in the eastern corridor.
The negative attitude of some health professionals in maternity wards has been cited as a challenge to maternal health service delivery in rural Ghana.
SEND-GHANA has organised a regional level meeting with District Citizens Monitoring Committees (DCMCs) to discuss issues bordering on anti-corruption.
SEND-GHANA, on Thursday 23rd April, 2015, organised a validation workshop on a Part-Me and Cordaid funded draft research report on how pro-poor the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) is, in relation to Livelihood Empowerment against Poverty (LEAP) Program.
Civil Society Organisation, SEND-GHANA, has urged the Government of Ghana to consider aligning its Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) priorities with national development.
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