(FAO-EU FLEGT Programme News 24/11/17) Timber buyers and producers in Ghana discussed how to ensure a reliable supply of legal timber against a backdrop of rising domestic demand as well as a new public procurement policy.
Welcome message from Dr. Victor Agyeman, Director CSIR-FORIG:
It gives me great pleasure and honor to welcome you to the First National Forestry Conference on "The contribution of forests to Ghana's economic development" in Kumasi, Ghana from 16-18th September 2014.
Download the full document. Ghana Forest and Wildlife Policy 2012.
This paper uses two sets of Living Standards Surveys to determine poverty incidence and patterns within the different ecological zones of Ghana.
This report synthesizes the various studies and discussions that have been carried
out on chainsaw milling (CSM) in Ghana. It is targeted to policymakers, researchers
and indeed all stakeholders, both in Ghana and elsewhere. It is intended to provide
To investigate causes, drivers and impacts of illegal chainsaw milling in Ghana to inform the multi-stakeholder policy dialogue process