15,000 Youth to be engaged to help afforest Ghana

As part of President Akufo-Addo’s effort to green Ghana as well as give employment to the teaming unemployed youth of this country, YEA in collaboration with the Forestry commission is engaging 15,000 youth across the country under the youth in Afforestation module.

YEA is committing 144 million cedis while Forestry commission will commit 60 million for the training and remuneration of the beneficiaries for a two year period.

The project is set to commence in January 2018.

An MoU was signed earlier today by the two Institutions.

Lawyer Justin Kodua Frimpong signed on behalf of YEA while Sir John signed on behalf of Forestry commission.


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