AERC - GHANA

Active participation of young people, vulnerable people and local communities in stimulating an all-inclusive equitable sustainable development.

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Our Mission

The mission of Alliance for Empowering Rural Communities (AERC-GH) is to empower to local communities to build resilience....

Our Vision

Empowered communities with enhanced capacities to address community challenges with developed potentials for self-reliance.

Our Values

We believe in probity and accountability, transparency, mutual respect, honesty, justice, self-development, equity and equality...

WHO WE ARE

Alliance for Empowering Rural Communities (AERC GH), is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation committed to empowering local communities to develop innovative solutions for the developmental challenges in Ghana and Africa.  Through empowerment programmes, training, research, advocacy and community development in the areas of environment and community based natural resource governance and rural development, local communities are able to build resilience and adapt to the changes in developmental situations in the country.

WHO WE ARE

Alliance for Empowering Rural Communities (AERC GH), is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation committed to empowering local communities to develop innovative solutions for the developmental challenges in Ghana and Africa.  Through empowerment programmes, training, research, advocacy and community development in the areas of environment and community based natural resource governance and rural development, local communities are able to build resilience and adapt to the changes in developmental situations in the country.

Our Publications

Facilitating the engagement of local communities with engagement tools to help build broad-based inclusive support for policy improvements.

Hault The Investment Of Fossil Fuel Projects In Ghana

While AERC agrees there’s an urgency to provide sufficient energy to meet increasing demand, we believe power generation through fossil fuels should be strongly opposed. Continual investment in fossil fuels could be detrimental to the future of Ghana

Promoting Climate Friendly Cooking In Communities

According to WHO 4.3 million people a year die from illness attributable to household air pollution caused by the inefficient use of solid fuels for cooking. 
About 23 million people in Ghana presently continue to rely on solid fuels such as wood and charcoal for cooking. 

Cookstove Implant To Rural Communities In Ghana

In Ghana, the cooking is done in the kitchens which are either room on the inside of the home or small separate buildings. Most often, the kitchens have little ventilation. Black residue covers the walls, 

Location

Office Location: AL 12 Community 7, Tema – Ghana 
Address: P. O. Box BT46, Tema.
Tel: +233241582873/ +233208519642
Digital Address: GT-048-1075

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