Weija Dam Pollution: RUFPA Sensitizes Community Members

A five (5) member team from RUPFA has visited Tomefa in the Ga West Municipality as part of efforts to protect the rivers and water bodies in Ghana, particularly the shores of River Offin, the Barekese Dam, River Densu and the Weija Dam. During their visit, the team identified some human activities in the community […]

Effort to Reduce Algae Bloom in the Densu River

RUPFA meets with leaders and fishermen in Agbozome in the Ga West Municipality to deliberate on how to fight algae growth in the Densu River. Agbozome is a peri-urban community within the Ga West Municipality.  The community depends largely on agriculture and fish farming as their main source of income.  Recently, a delegation from the […]

Campaign to End Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Ghana.

RUPFA sensitizes students to become advocates in ending forest degradation and deforestation in Ghana   Over the years, forest degradation and deforestation have seemingly been at the core of dramatic change in climate globally.  The magnitude of its effect on agriculture and livelihoods in Ghana has necessitated a national concern and advocacy to curb the situation. […]

Ghana: RUPFA Renovates 3 Broken Boreholes in Ateive

Broken boreholes in  Ateive cause water shortage in the community.  RUPFA has repaired three (3) broken boreholes in Ateive, a farming community in the South Tongu District of the Volta Region.  A total of GH¢ 9,000 was spent on renovating the boreholes.   Mr. Richard Ashaley, the Executive Director of RUPFA stated that the breakdown was […]

RUPFA Supports Development in Benin to Achieve the MDGs

RUPFA discloses its support to help Benin achieve the Millenium Development Goals for the country. The Executive Director of RUPFA, Mr. Richard Ashaley and his team paid a working visit to Benin as part of its agenda to strengthen the work of the organisation in the country.  The NGO is committed to helping Benin achieve […]

Enable “Free” Movement Within the ECOWAS

RUPFA appeals to the ECOWAS to ensure an effective free movement within the sub-region. Despite the existing Free Movement Protocol within the ECOWAS region that aims to expedite the movement of people and goods, migration within the subregion still remains difficult.  Mr. Richard Ashaley, the Executive Director of Rural Urban Partnership for Africa (RUPFA) has […]