Education

Practice Guides/Books

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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  

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NEXTGEN – YOUTH ASSOCIATION OF THE ECOVILLAGE MOVEMENT ELECTS EXECUTIVES TO GEN COUNCIL

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As part of efforts to promote youth participation in ecovillage development and decision making, the youth constituency of the Global Ecovillage Network Ghana, GEN Ghana elected two representatives in a democratic way to represent at the National Council of the Ecovillage Network. Constant Akwensi Selase from Food Sovereignty Ghana and Lembadega Linda of the Ghana […]

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HON. SAMIA NKRUMAH BECOMES ECOVILLAGE AMBASSADOR IN GHANA

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  Honourable Samia Nkrumah the daughter of the First President of Ghana was adjudged the first ambassador of the Ecovillage Movement in Ghana to advocate for the ecovillages as models for sustainable development. Hon Nkrumah visited the Kumasi Institute of Tropical Agriculture, KITA on March 15th to inspire participants undergoing the first Ecovillage Design Education […]

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GEN GHANA TO PROMOTE ECO-STRATEGIES FOR COMMUNITY SUSTAINABILITY

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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 […]

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KOSHA JOUBERT, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF GEN VISITS GHANA

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Kosha Joubert, Execuive Director of the Global Ecovillages Network International visited Ghana to facilitate the first ecovillage design education and GEN Ghana conference. Kosha admonished the members and council of GEN Ghana to promote ecovillage strategies and showcase them as examples for sustainable development. Kosha also met with Honorable Samia Nkrumah who was made ambassador […]

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GOVERNMENT URGED TO ADOPT ECOVILLAGES FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

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Kumasi, Nov. 12, GNA   – Mr Lovans Owusu-Takyi, the Secretary to the Executive Board of the Ghana Ecovillage Network (GEN), a non-profit making association has called on the government and the people to adopt ecovillage principles to ensure sustainable development. He said the principles of ecovillage are an integral part for the care of the […]