Ghana

Corporate social responsibility: the case of forestry in Ghana

The Ghanaian forest resources provide important welfare benefits such as livelihood maintenance, carbon storage and economic growth. A high rate of deforestation threatens the continued provision of…
Total grant
290,016

Capability Building for Research and Development in Traditional Fermented Processing in West Africa

The project aims through research, education, training, and other forms of logistical support to build capability in selected institutions in West Africa to contribute to national development by…
Total grant
3,218,139

Capability Building for Research and Development in Traditional Fermented Processing in West Africa

The project aims through research, education, training, and other forms of logistical support to build capability in selected institutions in West Africa to contribute to national development by…
Total grant
7,715,885

Outsourcing for development

Traditionally the debate on outsourcing has focused on outsourcing to low cost locations seen from the perspective of OECD countries. Rarely has the mirror question been asked: What are the…
Total grant
1,436,091

Monitoring Matters: Comparative Analysis of Innovative Approaches

Monitoring of natural resources and resource use by professional scientists is often costly and hard to sustain, especially in developing countries, where financial resources are limited. Moreover,…
Total grant
8,104,832

Landfilling - the most used waste management technology

Abstract: Landfilling is the most used waste management technology in most parts of the world and Ghana is not an exception. Usually, the landfilled waste have high organic composition. The organic…
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