Strengthening Youth and Students' Voice to Drive Ghana's Nationally
26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP 26)
AbibiNsroma Foundation (ANF), is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation committed to identifying, promoting and empowering grassroots to develop innovative solutions for the developmental challenges in Ghana and Africa. Through capacity building, training, research, advocacy and community development in the areas of energy, climate change and environment, natural resources, education, health and agriculture, as well as water, sanitation and hygiene to enhance Sustainable Development in Ghana and Africa as whole.
The Foundation operates from its Tema based Secretariat at Community 7 in the Tema Metropolis within the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. The Secretariat is headed by the Executive Director and Other staff include Program Manager's, Human Resource Manager, Project Officers, Advocacy and Campaign officer,Finance and administrative officer, Gender Coordinator, school Coordinators and Volunteers.
A resilient people and communities actively involved in the development process with improved quality of life and economic well-being for equitable sustainable development.
The mission of AbibiNsroma Foundation is to provide support to grassroots to develop their capacity to address their development challenges for growth and wellbeing.
We uphold to the core, transparency, accountability and probity, mutual, respect, honesty, justice, self-reliance, equity and equality across all divide.
The overview of the project is to address issues of energy
poverty with its introduction of Clean Stove Innovation which has significantly
improved the cooking methods in most communities in Ghana. Through this
project, Abibinsroma tackles the Household Air Pollution issue by improving the
efficiency of traditional mud and wood stoves thanks to a cookstove implant.
This product reduces wood usage by 53% and decreases smoke produced by 83 %.
The summit's progress means that goal could still be within reach, experts say — if countries follow through on their promises.The agreement was built from compromises on many fronts, including a last minute effort by India to weaken efforts to phase-out coal. Still, it broke new ground in creating a worldwide consensus to transition away from fossil fuels and to speed up countries' ambitions to cut emissions faster.