Keyword results: West Africa
Edmond Totin discusses why farmers in Mali are not benefiting from recent seed laws that are meant to help them.
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.
The ASSAR Research into Use (RiU) training workshop was organized in Accra, Ghana for the ASSAR West Africa team from the 28th September to 2nd October, 2015.
ASSAR’s West Africa team recently held district- and national-level stakeholder engagement events in both Mali and Ghana.
In July 2015, members of ASSAR’s West Africa team held a stakeholder engagement event in Koutiala, Mali as the first step of a sequence of multi-scale communication and feedback sessions about their Regional Diagnostic Study
In the frame of the regional diagnostic study (RDS), Mali’s ASSAR team conducted interviews at both local and national scales.
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.