ADRA GHANA/ UNHCR LIVELIHOODS PROJECT
Haile Michael beaming with smiles at eggs collected from the pens
There are approximately 9,000 Ivorian Persons of Concern (PoC –Refugees) in Ghana. With sponsorship from UNHCR, ADRA provided livelihood support to Rural & Semi-Rural PoC in Ghana in the areas of Agriculture, Skills/ Apprenticeship Training and Business Entrepreneurship. The project seeks to empower PoC and asylum-seekers hosted in camps at Ampain, Krisan, Egyeikrom and Fetentaa to increase or diversify their sources of income.
“To strengthen livelihood support to PoC to gradually reduce dependency on humanitarian aid and assistance; with a view to increase the economic capacity of 866 refugee households/individual (approximately 4,330 people) in the four camps (Ampain, Krisan, Egyeikrom and Fetentaa)