Action and Advocacy Priorities for Grassroots Groups at the Intersection of Environmental and Gender Justice in Mining Affected Areas of Ghana
The West Africa Advisory Board of Global Greengrants Funds (GGF) commissioned this participatory study to improve understanding of how women living in mining affected areas of Ghana are advocating for a safe environment, sustainable agriculture, and greater access to land and clean water. The study was funded by the Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA), a grantmaking partnership funded by the Dutch government through a consortium of grantmaking partners, including the West Africa Advisory Board of Global Greengrants Fund.
Date published: August 2017
Organisation(s): Global Greengrants Fund