Client: Sustainable Tree Crops Program (STCP) / International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA)
Date: Dec 2008 - Jun 2010
The Demand Driven Extension Service was an initiative of STCP, a public-private partnership that aims to improve the socio-economic well-being of smallholder tree crop farmers in West and Central Africa. The project, which was implemented in two (2) districts (Adansi South and Sekyere East) in the Ashanti Region, trained 279 farmers in Integrated Crop and Pest Management (ICPM) practices using the Farmer Field School (FFS) methodology.
Client: COWATER International Inc. (GOG / CIDA)
Date: Jul 2008 - 2016
Brief Description: Northern Region Small Towns Water and Sanitation Project (NORST-Ghana)
The target of the seven-year NORST Project is to provide increased access to potable water and sanitation services in up to 30 selected small towns in the Northern Region through the design, installation, and capacity building support for the operation of water supply systems and appropriate sanitation facilities.
PDA has provided a Conflict Mitigation Specialist who, among other things, summarized the status of the tribal conflict situation in the Eastern Corridor of Northern Region, provided a brief background of the situation and identified the main stakeholders, their roles and responsibilities in conflict mitigation and resolution. PDA has also provided a Gender Specialist who is working within the conceptual framework of social inclusion.