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CARIAA Country Engagement (Ghana-CEG) sees to the Research into Use (RiU) activities in order to add value to the ASSAR and DECCMA Country Table
CARIAA Country Engagement (Ghana-CEG) sees to the Research into Use (RiU) activities in order to add value to the ASSAR and DECCMA Country Table

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First ASSAR PhD defence!
Mr. Ishmael Lente Mr. Ishmael Lente, an ASSAR PhD Candidate at the Institute for
Environment and Sanitation Studies (IESS) has successfully passed his PhD viva defence
on Tuesday September 18, 2018. Ishmael’s research, ‘ Vulnerabilityand Adaptation Options ...
First ASSAR PhD defence!
First ASSAR PhD defence!
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Former Technical Officer of IESS on a postdoctoral position with the University of Trier
Dr. Abubakari Ahmed A former Technical Officer of the
Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies ( IESS ), of the University of Ghana has been
offered a postdoctoral position at the Governance and Sustainability Lab of the University of Trier in Germa...
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ASSAR-DECCMA activity wrap-June to August
1. ASSAR
Annual Meeting The Adaptation at Scale
in the Semi-Arid Region ( ASSAR ) Teams
from the University of Ghana and ICRISAT in Mali participated in the final
annual meeting of the ASSAR Consortium (13th – 16th June 2018). The meeting was
hosted by the ...
ASSAR-DECCMA activity wrap-June to August
ASSAR-DECCMA activity wrap-June to August
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See updates on our Climate Change Adaptation Through Youth Innovation (CATYI) competition
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A photo story of the ASSAR Climate Change Adaptation Through Youth Innovation (CATYI) Competion
Between 13 and
16 th of May 2018, the first and second prize winners of the Climate  Change Adaptation Through Youth Innovation ( CATYI ) competition paid a visit to the Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies ( IESS ) of the University of Ghana. T...
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Looking forward to Adaptation Futures” – Q&A with Rabiatu Abass
In preparation for the Adaptation
Futures Conference scheduled for June 18-21 in Cape Town South Africa, START International interacted with Rabiatu
(Rabi) Abass on her expectations as a first time participant of a huge
international conference.   Rabi, a s...
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Mainstreaming Climate change at the District and Municipal Assembly Levels
Mainstreaming
Climate change into district plans and budgets took a centre stage last week
during the DECCMA Districts Dissemination and Validation workshop (24-25
January) held at the Shekinah Glory Hotel in Sogakope. During dissemination workshop which wa...
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How Do Our Research Benefit Communities?
Background Transformative Scenario Planning ( TSP ) workshops involving a diverse set of stakeholders identified access to water and political commitment as key factors undermining agriculture and food security in the Upper West Region of Ghana. Disaster Ri...
How Do Our Research Benefit Communities?
How Do Our Research Benefit Communities?
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FAO visits the Volta Delta
Climate change affects
agriculture, health, ecosystems (especially in climate hotspots) and social
infrastructure in varying degrees. In coastal communities, additional threats
from the impacts of sea level rise such as erosion, flooding, salinization and
t...
FAO visits the Volta Delta
FAO visits the Volta Delta
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ASSAR participates in SAG-SEED Replicator Connect Workshop
By Rahinatu Sidiki Alare and Prince Ansah The one-day workshop on developing eco-inclusive projects brought together about 25 participants across the country and was held in Kumasi on the 12th October, 2017. The workshop aimed at building the capacities of ...
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