Tag Archives: Region

Formation of Non-Timber Forest Products Union

In order to promote enterprise development and build organizational and technical capacity at the grassroots, Trax Ghana always facilitates the formation of farmer groups. In Pelungu, Nabdam district in the Upper East Region, Trax works with shea (nuts and butter), … Continue reading

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Farmer Testimony: Mr. Isaiah Improves Animal Well-Being

In Ghana, one agricultural extension officer serves 1,300 farmers (2012). Due to this woefully low number, a lot of farmers do not get the technical advice they need. In order to improve this, Trax Ghana, with support from Self Help … Continue reading

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640 Primary School Students Have a Desk to Sit at!

Trax Ghana, in partnership with Best of Both, British School of Brussels has brought a massive improvement in the daily lives of 640 Primary School Students in the rural parts of the Upper East Region. From the 2014-2015 academic year, … Continue reading

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First Best of Both Desks Delivered to Primary Schools in Upper East Region

Earlier, we reported that the desks sponsored by Best of Both, British School of Brussels, were almost finished (read the article here). Trax Ghana is happy to announce that the first 130 desks have been delivered yesterday. Trax Ghana’s Schools … Continue reading

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Antwerp International School supports Pelungu Primary School

In partnership with the Best of Both, Trax Ghana is committed to improving lives through education. The Best of Both was originally set up by students from the British School of Brussels. However, it wants to expand to include many … Continue reading

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Colonization of Trax’s Beehives

Trax Ghana, in collaboration with Self Help Africa has distributed 78 bee hives among farmer groups in the Upper East Region of Ghana. This week, William Adongo, Trax’s Sustainable Livelihoods Project Coordinator, has found that 51% of the hives are colonized. … Continue reading

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