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COWAP project team interviews applicants for the grep program.

On the 5th of August, 2021, The EU-funded Coconut Waste Project (COWAP) interviewed applicants for the COWAP Green Entrepreneurship Program (GREP) at the conference hall of the La Nkwantanang-Madina Municipal Assembly (LaNMMA) At the pilot phase of the GREP, a total of 52 applications were received from youth, women, and Persons with Disabilities (PwDs). A […]

TOT Organized for the green entrepreneurs program

Two (2) days of Training of Trainers (ToTs) have been organized for trainers of the Coconut Waste Project (COWAP)-Green Entrepreneurs Program (GREP). The purpose of the training was to build the capacity of trainers on a comprehensive, proven approach in conducting Basic Training, Advanced employability, and Advanced Entrepreneurship training. The ToTs also served as a […]

The Coconut Waste Project Commences Capacity Building Training Dubbed GREP.

The Green Entrepreneurs Program (GREP) under the Coconut Waste Project has commenced basic training for targeted beneficiaries within the project area. The basic training commenced on the 16th of August, 2021, and will run through to 20th August, 2021. The objective of the GREP is to empower youth, young women and, People with Disabilities (PWDs) […]

The Coconut Waste Coconut Waste Project Engages Social Engages Social Protection Agencies With The Project.

The Coconut Waste Project on Monday, August 23, 2021, engaged selected social protection agencies within the project area to discuss possible partnerships in facilitating access to social protection services to project beneficiaries. The majority of project beneficiaries, particularly coconut vendors in the project area have limited access to social protection services. These include limited access […]

The Coconut Waste Project Commence NHIS Registration & Sensitization For Project Beneficiaries

To enhance the socio-economic resilience of the coconut vendors within the La Nkwantanang Madina Municipality, the European Union-funded Coconut Waste Project commenced the sensitization and enrolment of project beneficiaries onto the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS). This ties in with the project objective of establishing linkages between project beneficiaries and social protection agencies. The baseline […]