Category Archives: Project Profile

Using Women’s Empowerment to Change Lives: Support Our New Campaign

Trax believe the route to successful development is through empowerment and gender equality. Today we are launching a campaign to support 600 women in northern Ghana by empowering them to take ownership of their finances and decisions. In the northern … Continue reading

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Farmer Testimony: Community Trainers Instigate Grassroots Scaling-Up

As we have mentioned elsewhere, Trax is concerned with the sustainability of our project interventions within environmental, social, and economic domains. Features of the Trax project which support the sustainability of our interventions socially include the formation of farmer groups, … Continue reading

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Urgent Call: Use Organic Alternatives to Toxic Chemical Pesticides

Trax Ghana is raising the alarm about the great health risk at which Ghanaian farmers and consumers put themselves through the unsafe use of pesticides in agriculture. Trax encourages its farmers to refrain from the use of pesticides and to … Continue reading

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Antwerp International School supports Pelungu Primary School

In partnership with the Best of Both, Trax Ghana is committed to improving lives through education. The Best of Both was originally set up by students from the British School of Brussels. However, it wants to expand to include many … Continue reading

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Trax Ghana’s Take on Gender Equality

Trax Ghana is committed to creating equal rights and opportunities for men and women. It does so in a gender-sensitive way, relying and building on socially and culturally defined difference between the sexes. Some of the activities by which gender … Continue reading

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Reducing Malnutrition with Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potatoes

The Problem: Malnutrition in Ghana Despite national-level poverty reduction in recent years, malnutrition remains high in Ghana. National poverty reduction has largely been in the south, meaning that the prevalence of malnutrition is primarily in Northern Ghana where almost 63% … Continue reading

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