Campaign to Prevent Land Grabbing in Ghana’s Volta Region

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Land Grabbing Research, Awareness and Prevention in Ghana’s Volta Region is a project of the Africa Faith and Justice Network (AFJN) funded by two Catholic religious congregations: The Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate and The Adorers of the Blood of Christ.  The outstanding success of this project was in part made possible by our local partners: Fr. Miachael Ojagba, parish priest of St. Theresa Catholic Church in Nkwanta, the Catechists from the communities we visited, and  the Paramount Chief of  Trubo Traditional area, NanaTedibo Kowura Odamba II in collaboration with the community’s elders and members of Brewaniase landowners committee. Click here to read an article on this trip.

Below is a photo album showing seven community awareness forums we held, our visit of Volta Red’s palm oil plantation which was previously owned by Herakles Farms. At the end we have pictures of  the meetings with Volta Red’s Mill Manager, Mr. Ste Hicks. Click on individual pictures for details.

 Prevention and Awareness Meeting in Brewaniase 09/25/2014

 Two Events on 8/28: A meeting with the chiefs (men and women) in Asukawkaw and a presentation at the General Assembly of Nkwanta South District leaders.

 Meeting in Damanko 08/29/2014

Meeting in Passa 08/29/2014

Meeting in Nyambong 08/31/2014

Visit of the Palm Plantation in Fankyinikor 08/27/2014

Meeting with Volta Red’s Mill Manager Mr. Steve Hicks in Ahamansu 08/30/2014

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