The Resilient and Sustainable Livelihoods Transformation (RESULT) Project
CHF and ACDEP are strengthening poor rural communities in northern Ghana by increasing and diversifying what is produced on farms, by building on existing sources of income, and by establishing new income opportunities. Families are becoming more resilient to climate change, accessing better prices for their crops, and women are empowering themselves. In total, 120,000 people will benefit from the project.
Expanding Climate Change Resilience in Northern Ghana (ECCRING)
A total of 10,000 vulnerable women, men and families in Northern Ghana will benefit from CHF’s expertise in helping farmers adapt to climate change and in building community resiliency. Promoting food security and increasing incomes gives families a buffer when they are faced with disasters like droughts and floods.
The Farmer-Responsive Mechanism for Extension and Research (FARMER) Project
The Farmer-Responsive Mechanism for Extension and Research (FARMER) Project helped to boost food security for vulnerable families in rural areas of northern Ghana.
Sustainable Poverty Reduction in Northern Ghana
This project is designed to encourage sustainable poverty reduction by building the capacity of a wide network of community-based organizations to help their constituents develop economically, socially and environmentally sustainable livelihoods. CHF will work with local partners to improve agricultural productivity through crop diversification, and to improve livestock production by keeping animals healthier. The project also supports natural resources and land management, and will help to reduce vulnerabilities to natural disasters through early warning and disaster mitigation resources.
Building Resilience in Northern Ghana
The Building Resilience in Northern Ghana (BRING)’s main objective is to enhance ACDEP’s capacity to support sustainable livelihoods for vulnerable men and women.