The aim of the project is to strengthen technical capacity for managing plastic waste in the competent Ghanaian institutions, local government entities, civil society organisations and the private sector.
The project is designed to improve the living and working conditions of young people in Ghana’s informal recycling sector, help build a circular economy and strengthen higher education in occupational and environmental medicine.
The project is geared towards strengthening scientific capacity and expertise in environmental and occupational medicine in Ghana so that in-depth analyses of health risks, particularly in the informal recycling sector, can be conducted and alternative strategies can be recommended.
The project aims at supporting the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi to become a long-term centre of excellence for renewable energy, energy efficiency and waste management and resource conservation.
The project aims to test the capacity building conditions at the Centre for Energy at Kumasi Technical University as an education and research centre for renewable energy and energy efficiency in Ghana.
The project aims to strengthen the skills of young radio makers of Ghanaian university radio stations through practice-oriented qualifications as a contribution to the promotion of young journalism in Ghana.