Recently WOTR's award applications on Best Climate Practices 2018: "Water Stewardship for Water and Food Security in Semi-arid Regions" has been nominated for a special mention.
ASSAR will be partnering with Research to Action (R2A) as part of a month-long series around the theme communicating climate change research.
An interesting blog by Ahmed Khan - a foodie and recipient of the 2017 IDRC Professional Development Award.
A one-day workshop on developing eco-inclusive projects brought together about 25 participants from across Ghana, including two ASSAR Ghana team members, in the city of Kumasi on 12 October 2017.
The ASSAR Ghana team recently had the opportunity to participate and present their work at PRESASS (PRÉvisions climatiques Saisonnières en Afrique Soudano-Sahélienne), a regional forum that focuses on regional and seasonal rainfall expectation for West Africa.
On 6 October 2017, Profs. Chris Gordon and Appeaning-Addo respectively delivered presentations on behalf of the ASSAR and DECCMA projects at the UNU-WIDER Development Conference held in Accra, Ghana.
A beautiful new illustrated impact pathway aids workshop participants in Ethiopia to understand the logic and process of ASSAR's work in the region.
Coulibaly is an administrator for the NGO Association of Awakening to Sustainable Development and due to his passion and experience he is also an ASSAR champion!
Samuel Mutabari is the headmaster of a primary school in the small village of Kachiuru in Kenya, he's also an ASSAR champion!
Stanislaus Nasaal, Projects Manager of the Nandom Deanery Integrated Rural Development Programme in Ghana, has been with ASSAR since the beginning. Read about why he is a champion.
Miss Lerato Sebola is the Assistant District Commissioner stationed at Bobonong, read why we think she is an ASSAR Champion!