25th -27th August, 2022
9:30-12:30pm GMT Each Day
5th June 2022
According to the latest UN report, the global human population is projected to reach 9.8bilion people by the year 2050, Yet Climate change is affecting both food security and livelihood of people, especially in Africa. The looming food crisis is a clear indication that humanity cannot survive without increase in the global food basket.
So AFCCSD has collaborated with the Department of Agriculture, Ashaiman for this climate change advocacy training program to farmers, Agricultural Extension Agents and processors in the Municipality. This program is with theme “ Building Climate Resilient for Food Security in Ghana” is sponsored by Youth Climate Council Ghana.
CLIMATE CHANGE AND FOOD SECURITY IN GHANA
Acute shocks to global food systems and a warming climate make a terrifying and explosive combination. We are seeing the consequences play out right now, as the war in Ukraine will almost certainly trigger a global food crisis with catastrophic consequences for most vulnerable.
As the effects of climate change intensify, subsistence farmers in Ghana are also expected to face increased food insecurity, due to their reliance on rainfed agriculture.
1st-8th July, 2022
ONE HOUSEHOLD ONE ECONOMIC TREE PROGRAM AT KPONE KATAMANSO MUNICIPAL. LETS GREEN THE COUNTRY AND INCREASE THE CARBON SINK TOGETHER
10th July, 2022
10th July, 2022
AFCCSD will embark on climate change education in Kade Senior High Technical School in the Eastern Region of Ghana to help them understand the impacts of global warming today and increase climate literacy among them.This program will also help mobilize the students towards scientific inquiry into environmental problems and involve them in efforts to preserve the environment.
20th December, 2022
28TH-30TH MARCH 2023
Agricultural modernization offers a very crucial path to industrialization and economic transformation globally. However, this transformation is threatened by the increasingly devastating impacts of climate change, with many countries especially in Africa experiencing drought, flood, and variable rainfall.
To help ensure food security, climate-smart agriculture can help build resilience. By applying technological innovations across the agricultural value chain, we can turn climate risks into opportunities.
"1.5 Degrees Africa's inaugural climate change event" is the first African event of its kind, well timed, given the growing global shifts and the multifaceted and layered debates across the African continent regarding environmental sustainability, economic development and climate justice. The event becomes an important and significant progressive enabler in bringing together both captains of industries and key policymakers across the continent and beyond to consider and imagine a world we would all like to live in, including future generations