Prosper Adiku and Mary Thompson-Hall reflect on the West Africa's team recent Transformative Scenario Planning workshop, held in the Upper West region of Ghana in early June 2016.
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ASSAR’s West Africa team recently held district- and national-level stakeholder engagement events in both Mali and Ghana.
As part of the West Africa Regional Diagnostic Study, a national expert meeting was held on the 4th of March in Accra to introduce different actors to the ASSAR project and to solicit their opinions on the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) for climate change adaptation planning and implementation in Ghana.
Prosper Adiku describes how CARIAA's Ghana projects took the opportunity to share their experiences at the recent Climate Change and Population Conference on Africa as part of their research activities.
A look at what the second round of ASSAR Ghana students learnt from a scoping visit to Lawra and Nandom in Ghana.
One of the main objectives of ASSAR is to turn research evidence into impactful use. This video features students from Ghana explaining how RiU has shaped their research perspective.
A short film of interviews with PhD and Masters students who participated in a RiU (Research into Use) workshop at the University of Ghana in 2015. They explain their study areas, the relevance the research has for them and the stakeholders involved.
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.
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.