Living water from the Mountain - Protecting Atewa Water Resources

The provision of clean and reliable water and a range of other ecological services provided by Atewa forest are threatened by illegal logging, illegal artisanal gold mining, land clearance for farming and illegal hunting. Another major threat is posed by incentives for large scale industrial bauxite mining in the reserve.

The project “Living water from the Mountain - Protecting Atewa Water Resources” is being initiated to address challenges facing the Atewa forest reserve and its water resources.

On behalf of A Rocha Ghana and its partners, you are hereby invited to the project launch.

Chairman: H.M Okyenhene, Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin  II

Guest of honour: Ms Caecilia Wijgers (Deputy Head of Missions, Dutch Embassy,Ghana)

Keynote Speaker: Minister of Lands and Natural Resources

Venue: KIST School Park, near Oman Presby Church, Kyebi, Eastern Region

Date: November 28, 2014

Time: 9:30 am Prompt

R.S.V.P: 0202918275/0207164386/0271349831


Proposed activities for the launch

  1. Environmental awareness procession through the Kyebi township
  2. Keynotes messages and speeches (Dutch Embassy, IUCN Netherlands, A Rocha Ghana, Traditional Leadership, Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, Forestry Commission and Political Leadership)
  3. Four (4) second cycle schools, one each from the four main districts sheltering the forest will participate in a football gala competition which will culminate in a winner.
  4. Two (2) second division teams from the Akyem Abuakwa Traditional – Susubiribi FC and Planners FC will play each other as the main match of the Day.
  5. Presentation of certificates, trophies, and awards to participating schools and teams.
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