Tag: Ghana

Data Validation for GROW2’s Success

Reliable data is the foundation and engine of good programming as it leads to informed decisions and trustworthy results. In this blog, we will discuss the importance of data validation and how the GROW2 Project incorporates validation exercises to ensure effective development outcomes and reporting.

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MEDA Ghana Launches Greater Rural Opportunities For Women 2 (GROW2) Project

MEDA Ghana announced the official launch of the second phase of their Greater Rural Opportunities for Women (GROW) project, known as the GROW2 project, in Tamale. This initiative is being funded by Global Affairs Canada (GAC) and implemented in collaboration with four Key Facilitating Partners (KFPs): ProNet North, ACDEP, URBANET, and TUDRIDEP, operating in the Northern Regions.

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How technology unleashes women’s potential

Delving deeper into the topic of “knowledge is power: harnessing technology for greater gender equality.” Exploring the challenges that women face in accessing ICTs and the opportunities that these technologies provide for empowering women.

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MEDA releases its “Farmers’ Economic Advancement Through Seedlings (FEATS)” project learning series

Today, MEDA released its “Farmers’ Economic Advancement Through Seedlings (FEATS)” project Learning Series papers. This learning series contains valuable insights from the FEATS project, which ran for seven years, concluding in the latter half of 2022. FEATS aimed to improve the economic well-being of women and men farmers in tree crop industries in Ghana by providing women and men farmers and enterprises with the finance, technology, and technical assistance they need to build thriving farms and businesses.

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