Category Archives: Artisan

Illegal Miners in Upper East receive entrepreneurial development training

By Anthony Apubeo, GNA Bolgatanga, May 11, GNA – Trax Ghana, a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) operating in Bolgatanga, has supported some youth in selected mining communities in two districts in the Upper East Region with artisan and craftsmanship training. The … Continue reading

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Illegal Miners in Upper East receive entrepreneurial development training

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Selected artisans from some mining communities within the Nabdam and Talensi district have benefit from Trax Ghana – Tools for Self-Reliance entrepreneurship and life skills training.

Artisans from some mining communities within the Nabdam and Talensi district have benefit from Trax Ghana – Tools for Self-Reliance entrepreneurship and life skills training. The training forms part of the quest to equip youth from the mining communities with … Continue reading

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ARTISANS RECEIVE TRAINING ON BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND HEALTH

In order to empower vulnerable and marginalized youth, Trax Ghana in partnership with Tools for Self Reliance (TFSR), UK provides them with vocational and livelihood training in different skills or trades including tailoring, welding, tailoring, auto mechanics, electronic and bicycle … Continue reading

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FORMATION OF COMMUNITY LEVEL ARTISANS PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE (PIC)

In northern Ghana where the majority of farmers rely on rain fed agriculture for a living, Climate change, with consequent droughts, floods and other natural disasters, further contributes to the vulnerability of people living in poverty. It is within this … Continue reading

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