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GHANA VISIT QUEEN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Queen Mathilde of Belgium pictured during a meeting after the arrival at Kotoka International Airport on the day one of a visit by the Queen to Ghana, with focus on sustainable development goals, in Accra, Wednesday 07 February 2018..
BELGA PHOTO ERIC LALMAND




GHANA VISIT QUEEN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Queen Mathilde of Belgium pictured during a visit to Teshie Presec Senior High School on day one of a visit by the Queen to Ghana, with focus on sustainable development goals, in Accra, Wednesday 07 February 2018. BELGA PHOTO ERIC LALMAND




GHANA VISIT QUEEN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Queen Mathilde of Belgium and Vice-Prime Minister and Minister of Cooperation Development, Digital Agenda, Telecom and Postal services Alexander De Croo pictured during a visit at a local market during day one of a visit by the Queen to Ghana, with focus on sustainable development goals, in Accra, Wednesday 07 February 2018. BELGA PHOTO ERIC LALMAND




GHANA VISIT QUEEN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Queen Mathilde of Belgium pictured during a visit to Teshie Presec Senior High School on day one of a visit by the Queen to Ghana, with focus on sustainable development goals, in Accra, Wednesday 07 February 2018. BELGA PHOTO ERIC LALMAND




"Pig (preko)" - no rules for rent, no humanity, no good morning for homeless hostages

Prison not a home - human trafficking 25th year. We have no Human Rights for Whites to have Liberty, leave Africa, racists (thieves-murderers) in the history of Ghana-British Colony. Torture against Whites in Ghana, politicians had a failure for past 12 years. No justice-no freedom. We rent a room in the Mary and Martha hostel, drummers on Christ the King Cathedral compound. We stay in wrong contknent by force.




Rana February 2018

Austin, TX. On the bus.




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President Barack Obama finishes an address following a tour with his family of Cape Coast Castle in Ghana on July 11, 2009.
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Plant at the hotel

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Nazir (left) and Usman both returned to Ghana from Libya in 2011. Credit: Kwaku Botwe/IPS

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Nazir (left) and Usman both returned to Ghana from Libya in 2011. Credit: Kwaku Botwe/IPS




A lack of job opportunities for young people in Kwame Danso, Ghana has led many to attempt the risky migration to Libya. Credit: Kwaku Botwe/IPS

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A lack of job opportunities for young people in Kwame Danso, Ghana has led many to attempt the risky migration to Libya. Credit: Kwaku Botwe/IPS




Africa RISING management team consultations with community members in Tingoli Community next to the technology park. Photo credit: Jonathan Odhong'/IITA.

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Africa RISING management team consultations with community members in Tingoli Community next to the technology park. Photo credit: Jonathan Odhong'/IITA.




Mariama Bruyama, an Africa RISING farmer in Samboligo Community in Bongo District, Upper East Region of Ghana. Photo credit: Jonathan Odhong'/IITA.

She is implementing activities on improved cowpea seed dissemination this year. This activity is being implemented in collaboration with the cowpea scaling project ran by the Ministry of Agriculture.




Elders from the Cheyohi No. 2 community in the Northern Region of Ghana follow discussions during a monitoring visit by the Africa RISING project management team to their community.Photo credit: Jonathan Odhong'/IITA.

Through their Chairman (seated, center with a white hat), they say they have learnt a lot over the past 5 years that Africa RISING has been implementing activities within their community.




Fuseini Yakubu, a farmer in Tibali Community in the Northern Region of Ghana holding a flowering striga weed plant. Photo credit: Jonathan Odhong'/IITA.

This parasitic weed combines up with other constraints to farming in the region to limit the productivity of maize. Africa RISING has previously implemented trials and demonstrations in this community on crop rotation as a means to deal with striga, but some farmers have failed to take it up.

According to Stephen Dokurgu, Africa RISING's Regional Coordinator for Nothern Region, some farmers have declined to adopt crop rotation because miaze is their main staple crop and therefore they don't want to go even just one season without it. They prefer to have very limited/low yields of maize due to striga infestation than no maize at all.




Leaf stripping trials at an Africa RISING technology park in northern Ghana. Photo credit: Jonathan Odhong'/IITA.

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Leaf stripping trials at an Africa RISING technology park in northern Ghana. Photo credit: Jonathan Odhong'/IITA.




Africa RISING monitoring team sit under a tree for consultations with community members. Photo credit: Jonathan Odhong'/IITA.

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Africa RISING monitoring team sit under a tree for consultations with community members. Photo credit: Jonathan Odhong'/IITA.




A group of farmers in in Goriyiri Community in Upper West Region of Ghana dance to welcome the Africa RISING team to their village. Photo credit: Jonathan Odhong'/IITA.

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A group of farmers in in Goriyiri Community in Upper West Region of Ghana dance to welcome the Africa RISING team to their village. Photo credit: Jonathan Odhong'/IITA.




Awubu Damba, one of the Africa RISING women farmers from Cheyohi No. 2 Community in the Northern Region of Ghana.Photo credit: Jonathan Odhong'/IITA.

From the ongoing Africa RISING experiments this season (2016/2017), Awubu is implementing the cowpea living mulch experiments. So far, from this experiment she has noticed that the cowpea cover helps to conserve moisture on her plot during the drought season. She also says that cowpea helps to hold the soil on her plot together and therefore prevent soil erosion.





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