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Rural Women Day: ActionAid Ghana call on Government to establish a national fund for effective preparedness and response to climate related disasters.

The International Day of Rural Women presents an opportunity for the people of Ghana and the international community to reflect on the contribution of rural women in enhancing agricultural and rural

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Leaked Pandora Papers expose urgent need to stamp out tax avoidance by wealthy and political elite

As the Pandora Papers reveal yet again the extensive use of tax havens and tax secrecy by the economic and political elite, ActionAid International calls on governments to step up their efforts to

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Over 50 youth participate in National Stakeholder forum

ActionAid Ghana has collaborated with public and private sector institutions such as the National Youth Authority, Ghana Enterprise Agency, Youth Employment Agency, National Development and Planning

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ACTIONAID GHANA CONDEMNS LYNCHING OF 90-YEAR-OLD ALLEGED WITCH IN THE SAVANNAH REGION

ActionAid Ghana, an affiliate of ActionAid, a global movement of people working together to further human rights for all and defeat poverty has noted with grave concern a viral video in which a 90

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ACTIONAID GHANA LAUNCHES SECOND PHASE OF COVID-19 RESPONSE WITH DISTRIBUTION OF RELIEF ITEMS

ActionAid Ghana, an affiliate of ActionAid, a global movement of people working together to further human rights for all and defeat poverty, has outlined plans for the second phase of its COVID-19

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ActionAid responds to COP26 delay

As the Covid-19 crisis continues to escalate globally, the United Nations has announced that the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) will be delayed.

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COP25: UN climate talks, ‘fail to offer helping hand to climate survivors’

Madrid, 15 December 2019 – The 25th UN climate conference (COP25) in Madrid ends today with little to no progress on supporting survivors of climate disasters in the Global South.

While deadly

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COP25: ‘It’s not too late’ to support communities on the frontline of the climate crisis

Voices from the climate justice movement urge ministers to stop US interference and improve outcomes on finance for climate survivors.

Madrid, 13 December 2019 – As the UN climate conference in

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COP25: Developing countries must ‘stay strong’ in loss and damage negotiations

Madrid, 11 December 2019 – ActionAid raises concerns that midway through the second week of UN climate talks, proposals for supporting survivors of climate disasters are being watered down.

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COP25: Developed countries continue to block loss and damage fund

Madrid, 06 December 2019 – As the UN climate conference (COP25) rolls into week two, progress on finance for the ‘loss and damage’ caused by climate change continues to be blocked by developed