Six districts to benefit from GIZ project

Wa, (UWR), Feb. 06, GNA – The German Development Cooperation (GIZ) has earmarked 18 communities in six districts in the Savanna Ecological Zone (SEZ) to pilot the Resilience Against Climate Change (REACH) project.

The project, which is to address the impact of climate change on rural livelihoods is being implemented by the GIZ/Competitive Cashew initiative (GIZ/ComCashew) and the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) through the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA).

It was funded by the European Union (EU) at a cost of €19.5 million over a seven year period.

It would enable a sustainable and inclusive improvement in the rural economy through enhanced climate change adaptation and mitigation practices in 200 communities in the joint programme area of the EU-Ghana Agriculture Programme (EUGAP) by 2024.


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