Promoting Literacy Among School Children in Rural Communities

In other to align with Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) which seeks to achieve quality education, Rights and Advocacy Initiatives Network (RAIN) a not-for-profit organization partnered with Nana Yaa Pokuah Dwomoh, a Ghanaian student based in the United States of America Read more

RAIN Partners with "LET’s BEGIN AGAIN FOUNDATION” to Support School Children in Mantukwa D/A Basic School

As part of its social responsibilities, RAIN partnered with "Let's Begin Again Foundation", a group of young professionals, to organise an educational forum at Mantukwa D/A Basic School at Mantukwa, a community in the Atwima Mponua District of Ashanti Region. Read more

Capacity Development of Some Selected Women in Forestry on Mining in Ghana

To enhance evidence-based advocacy, the participants visited some mining areas in the Ashanti Region to understand the impact of illegal mining on the environment Read more

Celebration of International Forest Day 2023 at Nyinahin in the Ashanti Region.

Rights and Advocacy Initiatives Network (RAIN) and ClientEarth in partnership with Nkawie District of the Forest Service Division commemorated the International Day of Forests with a District Forest Forum at Nyinahin in the Atwima Mponua District of the Ashanti Region. The forum dubbed “Fostering partnership to safeguard our forests” Read more

RAIN Engages Faculty of Renewable Natural Resources Female Students at KNUST to Promote Mentorship and Networking.

The seminar dubbed, “the contemporary female and natural resource management” comprised talks and a panel discussion from renowned and astute personnel in the sector selected from NGOs, Government, Private Sector, Academia, and Media. Read more

Mantukwa, Adinkrakrom and Antwi Adjei Krom Communities Educated on Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation.

With support from Gower Street, Rights and AdvocacyIinitiatives Network (RAIN) reached out to three additional communities in the Atwima Mponua and Asante Akim North Districts of the Ashanti region namely Antwi Adjei krom, Mantukwa and Adinkrakrom respectively. Read more

RAIN Sensitizes Indigens on Wildfire Prevention and Management

RAIN with support from our partner's ClientEarth and Gower Street collaborated with Nyinahin and Konongo Ghana National Fire Service in the Ashanti region, to sensitize the indigens of Antwi Agyei Krom and Adinkrakrom respectively on fire prevention and management. Read more

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Climate Change Sensitization at Okyerekrom, Abuabugya and Magyeda in the Ashanti Region

Rights and Advocacy Initiatives Network (RAIN) sensitized some communities within the Atwima Mponua and Asante Akim North Districts of the Ashanti Region on the issues of Climate Change. Participants were enlightened on key causes such as fumes (industrial, vehicular and bush burning), deforestation, methane emission from landfills, rearing of animals amongst others. Read more

Training For 40 Selected Women In The Forestry Sector

Rights and Advocacy Initiatives Network (RAIN) as part of efforts to improve women’s legal capacity and gender mainstreaming in the forestry sector organized a training workshop for 40 selected women from the sector in Ghana. Read more

Climate Change Effects : Women and Children are More Vulnerable

A call for concerted efforts to fight climate change to save women and children from its devastating effects. (Mr. Kwesi Eyiah-Mensah - Regional Director, EPA Western North) Read more

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