Climate change, composting, and cashews – meet the smallholder farmers of Ghana’s West Gonja region



The story of Ayishetu Soale narrated by Tree Aid patron Adjoa Andoh.
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To thrive on the frontlines of the climate crisis, communities need to be resilient. From seedling to harvest, this project ensures communities have the tools and training they need to grow drought-hardy cashew trees and build resilient businesses which are equipped to tackle the challenges ahead.

Find out how Tree Aid are supporting Ghana’s smallholder farmers to grow resilience to the climate crisis through cashew trees, and how you can support this vital work.

Learn more about climate-smart agriculture : https://www.treeaid.org/blogs-updates/climate-smart-agriculture
What does the climate crisis mean for Africa? https://www.treeaid.org/blogs-updates/africa-climate-crisis/

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Environmentalist, Futurist, Lightworker, Wannabe naturalist. The way we are treating our world and environment is not going to end well! We need to change course NOW.

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