Building grassroots capacity for a sustainable ocean economy in Ghana
01/22 - 09/22
This project is part of
The Project s expected effect on society is a resilient and sustainable economy in Ghana achieved through inclusive, strong, and effective caspacity, planning and management of coastal ecosystems. The expected effects for the target group of the Project are (Outcome): - Outcome 1: To reduce fishery declines and secure fisherfolk access to fisheries resources through ending illegal fishing and promoting participatory co- management. - Outcome 2: Improve income resilience of fishing communities through enhanced opportunities for value addition along fisheries supply chains and enterprise development. - Outcome 3: Strengthen climate change adaptation capacities in coastal areas through improved spatial and land use planning and community-led management of wetland and mangrove ecosystems.