Our Locations Accra
Takoradi
Call Us +233 248 313 624
Email Us info@mangrovegh.org

Mangrove Project

Who we are

The name mangrove represents different categories of large trees and shrubs which grow in saline coastal environment in the tropics and sub-tropics. M

Our Mission

Mangrove envisions being a leading developmental NGO that will position itself at the cutting edge of development policy discourses that affect rural farmers’ livelihoods with primary focus on […]

Our Partners

Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA) Ministry of Environment Science Technology and Innovation (MESTI) Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Forestry Commission  University of Cape Coast University of Ghana BUSAC Fund […]

Support Us

We at Mangrove Ghana are very much passionate about what we do. Our NGO is a local national NGO based in a tropical country Ghana just as the […]

Welcome to Mangrove Ghana

homepageThe name mangrove represents different categories of large trees and shrubs which grow in saline coastal environment in the tropics and sub-tropics. Mangroves are salt tolerant trees that are adapted to survive in harsh coastal conditions. The NGO is a local national NGO based in a tropical country Ghana just as the name suggests. Mangrove growth in water represents life. The NGO therefore seeks to make life meaningful and fulfilling for anyone regardless of sex, racial background, ethnicity, age, colour and social status. Mangrove is a developmental NGO with primary focus on climate change, afforestation, food security, gender, use of ICT in agriculture and health. The NGO supports small scale farmers to increase their agricultural productivity and to approach farming as a business <<Read More>>

Upcoming Events

  • One day Stakeholders workshop  to address the negative impact of sand winning activities, cattle raid and arable land grabbing by estate developers on farmer at Awutu Senya
  • Friday 24th March 2017

 

  •  Mangrove to participate in  46th session of SBSTA(Subsidiary body for scientific and technological Advice) meeting at the world conference centre at Bonn to highlight on the agriculture agenda
  • 8 - 18th May, 2017