Our Achievements – Hatof Foundation

Our Achievements

  • Profiling of Climate Smart Agriculture Technologies in the three Northern Regions of Ghana in October, 2014. Duration-5days with funding from CCAFS-West Africa Project under the CGIAR System
  • Climate Change Innovation and Leadership Training Workshop in Accra for District Coordination Directors, CSOs, District Planning Officers and Researchers on the Historical Perspective of UNFCCC. March, 14th Funded by Africa Adaptation Program and Regional Institute for Population Studies.
  • Organized a two day workshop for the Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation on the National Portfolio Formulation Exercise to disburse Ghana’s GEF 6 Allocations. June, 2014. Funded by the Global Environment Facility.
  • Scale-up community based malaria prevention in the Tarkwa Nsuaem municipality with funding from Global Funding through National Malaria Control Program (N.M.C.P) in 2014
  • Monitoring and Evaluation report on Policies and Procedures for Civil Society Participation in GEF Programme and Projects presented as Regional Focal Point-West Africa for GEF NGO Network during Extended Constituency Workshop Meeting held in Senegal, March 2013
  • Implemented training and capacity development for 60 CSOs, 10 Government institutions and line Ministries, the World Bank and FAO representatives on Systems for Transparent Allocation of Resources (STAR) for Biodiversity, Climate Change and Land Degradation, 2013.
  • A one-day Capacity Development and training for CSO’s and Networks/Coalitions on mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation to national development planning. August, 2011 and funded by the Africa Adaptation Program.
  • Project Title: Community based integrated coastal zone management for enhanced agricultural biodiversity and improved livelihood in the Dangbe East District. Project No.: GHA/SGP/OP4/CORE/08/008. Location: Dangbe East District. Start Date: 25/03/08-End Date 24/02/10. Project duration: 24 months. Funding Agency– UNDP GEF Small Grants Program, Ghana.
  • Project Title: Clean Up the World – 2010. International Campaign on the theme ‘Local Communities Caring for Nature’ in partnership with Australian High Commission, Waste Management Department of Tema Metropolitan Assembly, Zoomlion, Lycopodium-Australia, Adamus- Australian and others. Funding Agency: Australian High Commission Ghana. Project implementation Period: 17th – 19th September 2010
  • Executed Community-based Integrated Coastal Zone Management for enhanced agricultural biodiversity and improved rural livelihood in Dangbe East District with Funding from UNDP GEF/SGP GHANA, (GHA/SGP/OP4/CORE/08/008).
  • Chair of the Global South Capacity Building Workshop for 35 selected CSO’s in preparation for COP 15. Kampala, Uganda, 24th -26th August, 2009. Funded by Climate Action Network-International (USA)
  • Coordinated Africa Region Capacity Building on Rural Economy & Agriculture for AU ECOSOCC members, Uganda, 2009
  • Executed Community-based Malaria Prevention on Home-Based Care, Malaria in Pregnancy, New Drug Policy & ITN for Under Five and Pregnant Women in Community 5 of Tema Municipal Assembly 2005/2006. Funding from National Malaria Control Program (N.M.C.P)  MOH-GHANA
  • Successfully executed $6,000 Sakumono Beach Restoration Project with funding from Australia High Commission Ghana, and supported by Waste Management Department of Tema Metropolitan Assembly-2004
  • Successfully engaged Ada Cooperative farmers Union in environmental education, mango plantation, wetland restoration education, sustainable land management and biodiversity conservation and business plan development
  • Successfully organized Green clubs in secondary and Basic Schools in 10 communities along the Coast of Ghana (Ada District) to educated students and pupils on natural resources management and protection.
  • Executed Youth Employment Project for 16 Young Ladies in Batik, Tye & Dye Training with funding from Center for Innovation in Voluntary Action (CIVA-UK) 2004