CPASGHana (Community Partnership of Akuapim-South), Nsawam, Ghana
Masters in Community Economic Development
30 +years growing organic food/ raising livestock
In 2011 I founded CPASGhana in the Eastern Region Ghana. We are working with women and girls.
Describe your interests in development
I retired from teaching in 2009 and want to use the skills in education, sustainable agriculture, gender equity I have learned over the years to train and empower a community in Ghana with an aim towards sustainable development.
Nature Rebellious - Look at repeated threat from Nature - Australia, Africa, New Zealand, Myanmar, Brazil, Pakistan, Japan, Thailand, USA and Indonesia. Extreme events are wreaking havoc on people’s lives and livelihoods in the United States. Communities across the country have endured severe storms, record-breaking temperatures, droughts and flooding - in what appears to be an alarming upward trend in the frequency and intensity of extreme weather. NOAA has already tallied 10 disasters through August 2011, each causing more than a billion dollars worth of damage. What about the other and specially our developing country.
Nature never be bothered super power or poorer - demand absolute Care
Each of we should work to get each individual as environment loving, caring and Thinking to find solution.
Let’s we develop SMMAL SEEP FUND for each area just saving from daily expenditure no matter how small it is.
Thank you and am happy to hear you are trying to reach out to the destitute in Ghana. I will be grateful to share views on financial inclusion and the best way to take microfinance to the mostly excluded ultra poor with you. Thanks once again