The Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies (IESS) held a two-day (11 – 12 August) virtual inception meeting to commence its Coastal Community Resilience to Climate and Diarrhoea (C2R-CD) Project.
IESS hosted the first general meeting to mark the beginning of the Coastal Community Resilience to Climate and Diarrhoea (C2R-CD) project. The C2R-CD is a five-year transdisciplinary research aimed at generating knowledge in support of resilience building to climate change and improved diarrhoeal management in coastal communities.
The Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies (IESS), University of Ghana in collaboration with the United Nations University-MERIT, under the aegis of the Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) will host the Climate Resilience and Waste Management for Sustainable Development (CReWAS) Conference.
The much anticipated, interesting and interactive “Nkitahodie” policy dialogue with political parties on the Paris Climate Change Agreement organised by the United Nations Development Programme, UNDP took place at the Alisa hotel in Accra on 27th October, 2016.