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Ghana: sustainable jobs contribute to harmony

Green Marker Ghana: sustainable jobs contribute to harmony

The dry, remote areas of northern Ghana have long been plagued by tribal conflicts, social upheaval, food insecurity, high illiteracy rates, widespread poverty and environmental degradation. The poor quality of life forces many young people, particularly women, to leave in search of menial work in the south of the country.

 

In view of these challenges, Friends of the Earth Ghana set up a project called ‘Peaceful and Sustainable Development’ aimed at creating sustainable and meaningful local employment.

 

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The dry, remote areas of northern Ghana have long been plagued by tribal conflicts, social upheaval, food insecurity, high illiteracy rates, widespread poverty and environmental degradation. The poor quality of life forces many young people, particularly women, to leave in search of menial work in the south of the country.

 

In view of these challenges, Friends of the Earth Ghana set up a project called ‘Peaceful and Sustainable Development’ aimed at creating sustainable and meaningful local employment.

 

Find out more

 
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