These are books and resources that guides the eco-strategies you can use to bring change to your community. Beekeeping Mushroom Production Plastic Waste Recycling
As part of practical training during the GEN Ghana Ecovillage Design Education Course held at KITA, participants led by Dormenyo Galley of Action Accra trained participants of the EDE in the design and fabrication of a plastic chair made from used voltic bottles. Plastic bottles have become a nuisance in our country Ghana due […]
GEN Ghana works to promote sustainable development in communities by transitioning traditional communities into ecovillages. To promote ecovillage concept in communities, we introduce our eco-strategies or interventions gradually to show examples of sustainability and to be able to transform communities and societies into ecovillages or sustainable communities. During the Ecovillage Design Education Course held at […]
The National Council of the Ecovillage Network Ghana, GEN Ghana and a section of committee heads and members met on the 16th – 18th of April 2016 to discuss outcomes of the GEN Ghana conference held in 2016 and to consolidate decisions made during the Annual General meeting of GEN Ghana. A strategic plan, the […]
A section of the youth constituency of the Global Ecovillage Network Ghana, participated in the advocacy training campaign organized by Global Action Platform in Tamale Municipality as part of efforts to build capacity of members in advocacy. Charles Katere, Ruffie Abdulai, and others participated in this forum on behalf of GEN Ghana youth. (NEXTGEN) The […]
The first Ecovillage Design Education (EDE) course in Ghana has been held at the Kumasi Institute of Tropical Agriculture, KITA in Kumasi. The four week international training course is aimed at building capacity of community leaders, CSOs and institutions and members of GEN Ghana in ways to enhance sustainable lifestyles and sustainable development in communities. […]
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