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Kanania Community Constructs Fire Belt to Protect Transplanted Baobab Tress
November 22, 2022
Northern Ghana is characterized with a relatively short rainy season, spanning between April to September and a long dry season between October t...
A Day in the Field: Harvesting Baobab with Women in Jakpahi
November 15, 2022
As I came about the project of CRES (Climate Resilience of ecoservice Systems), I was very interested in the connection there was to be seen in consi...
Sensitization of School and Head Teachers on CRES Activities in the Kumbungu District
November 4, 2022
The Climate Change Resilience of Ecosystem Services (CRES) Project on 26th October, 2022 organized a one (1) day sensitization workshop on its activit...
CRES Team Inspects Performance of Transplanted Tree Seedlings in Kanania Community
November 4, 2022
Report by Mr. Tony A. Klu Kanania community, in the Kassena Nankana Municipality located about 32 kilometers from Navrongo (capital of the municipalit...
Climate Change Resilience of Ecosystem Services (CRES) Project Trains Students on Data, Statistical Tools and Analysis
November 3, 2022
The Climate Change Resilience of Ecosystem Services (CRES) Project with funding support by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark and administ...
Fieldwork by Phd Student Abdul Aziz
October 31, 2022
Indigenous knowledge Assessment of the indigenous knowledge on propagation of baobab, bombax, locust beans, lannea and marula among ethnic groups in ...