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KASA Initiative Ghana is a Natural Resource and Environment (NRE) Civil Society Platform that supports advocacy in seven (7) NRE thematic sectors with a Secretariat coordinating the activities. Kasa creates platforms that facilitate the interactions among CSOs, state institutions and development partners on NRE issues.

Kasa contributes to the development of responsive, accountable Natural Resource and Environmental Governance that ensures active participation, protection and realization of rights of citizens especially women and youth...Read more

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A society where citizens realize their rights in the governance of the environment and natural resources

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Operationalising National Safeguard Requirements for Results-based Payments from REDD+

SNV together with the FC and Kasa and other partners from the participating countries put together a proposal on getting Ghana and other two countries ready for REDD+. REDD+ countries like Ghana are required to provide information on how safeguards have been respected and to set up a Safeguards Information System (SIS) as a requirement […]

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Kasa Initiative Ghana and PEF signs MoU to Promote Environmental Sustainability

Kasa Initiative Ghana  has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Private Enterprise Federation (PEF) to collaborate  on common projects  in the areas of Climate Change, Natural Resources and Environmental Sustainability. Speaking at the signing ceremony, Mr. Charles Agboklu, the Chairperson of Kasa Initiative Ghana, stated that, the main aim of the partnership is […]

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Prioritise youth inclusion in decision making processes within the NRE sector, Youth-NREG tells Government.

The Youth in Natural Resource and Environmental Governance has called on President Nana Akufo-Addo to “exemplify leadership in the adherence of the ‘Leave No One Behind’ principle as the co chair of the eminent group of Sustainable Development Goals by prioritising and fast-tracking actions for active youth inclusion in the governance of the NRE sector”. In a […]

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Climate change: Five things we’ve learned from Madrid talks

At the conclusion of UN climate talks in Madrid, our environment correspondent Matt McGrath considers the key lessons. 1 – Leadership is REALLY important COP25 in Madrid only happened because the Chilean government, faced with mounting civil disorder, decided to cancel the meeting in Santiago. Spain stepped in and in three weeks organised a well-resourced […]

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