January 2022

Year 2 report on Scaling Up Local Capacity to Innovate

The second year of the 3-year Misereor-funded project Scaling Up Local Capacity to Innovate for Food and Nutrition Security (SULCI-FaNS) was completed in September 2021.

SULCI-FaNS in Ghana: Year 2 report

 

Prolinnova–Ghana is involved in the 3-year Misereor-funded project Scaling Up Local Capacity to Innovate for Food and Nutrition Security (SULCI-FaNS). The second year of this project was completed in September 2021. The coordinator of the project work in Ghana, Ms Margaret Kyiu, reports on Year 2 activities to strengthen the innovation capacities of small-scale farmers, particularly of women and women’s groups, and to improve food and nutrition security and resilience of local communities in northern Ghana. You can find the report here.

Progress in Year 2 of ethnovet project in Ghana

The Misereor-funded Ethnovet project – Promoting Ethnoveterinary Medicine for Sustainable Animal Husbandry Practices in Northern Ghana – has completed its second of three years of operation (2019–22). This second annual progress report (Oct 2020 – Sept 2021) describes the activities implemented and outputs achieved in Year 2. These included