ACCESS CSO - Ghana Reducing our Carbon

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Ghana Reducing our Carbon

  • Ghana Reducing our Carbon was founded in 2013 and is based in .
  • Type of organisation: NGO

350Ghana Reducing Carbon (G-ROC) is the leading environmental grassroots organization (NGO) in Ghana affiliated to formed with the aim of mobilizing and empowering young people in partnership with key stakeholders to actively champion the need to reduce our carbon emissions and promote renewable energy systems as a key effort in combating climate change

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Key Activities
It was created in July 2013, after seven young leaders from Ghana were invited to participate in a climate change training program in Istanbul, Turkey last year (June 2013) which attracted over 500 young people globally spearheaded by in partnership with other institutions. Participants as part of Phase II of the project are required to organize in- country climate change campaigns.
Main Activities
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Target Groups
for clean cooking:
  • Productive use and livelihoods
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Energy Solution Focus

Other solutions: Clean energy
Where we work
Our regions of operation are: Sub-Saharan Africa.

Our countries of operation are: Ghana.
Our headquarter is based in:

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