The Executive Director of Settle Ghana, Mr Abu Karimu has made an appeal to traditional authorities in the country where natural resources are found to desist from accepting gifts and offers such as V8 vehicles, Board Chairmanship positions, conference meetings and Visas for abroad as conditions for giving away indigenous people’s God-given resources. Settle Ghana…Details
Settle Ghana, a non-governmental organization that defends the rights of the indigenous people irrespective of their tribe, religion, race or political orientation and also championing the dreams, hopes, and aspirations of Indigenous People of Ghana to live a fair and a dignified life has bemoaned the exclusion of indigenous people languages in the fight against…Details
Today we met 5 indigenous communities fringing the mole national park. Thank you to the following communities for the warm reception; Mognori, Morogu, Kaden, Yazori, kpalimbo and Bawena. Possible together! FPIC is the goal!
ASI is pleased to announce that Settle Ghana has joined as a Civil Society member, bringing the total number of ASI Members working toward a responsible aluminium value chain to 99. Settle Ghana is a registered NGO that defends the rights of the indigenous people irrespective of their tribe, religion, race or political orientation. For…Details
Elephants in the Mole National Park in the Savanna Region have destroyed several acres of farmland in the Larabanga community near the park. The park is the largest wildlife conservation in West Africa with close to over 400 elephants among other fauna. There have been several reports of destruction of farmlands along the park by…Details
The Ghana Integrated Bauxite and Aluminium Authority have been advised to signup to the Aluminum Stewardship Initiative (ASI) Performance Standards Certification Program to ensure responsible bauxite mining in the country. The director of Settle Ghana, a non-governmental organization, Mr. Abu Karimu made the appeal in response to agitations by some indigenous people who are resisting…Details
A non-governmental organization, SETTLE GHANA is rolling out an ambitious program to train about 10000 indigenous women across the country. The project is aimed at providing vocational skills such as soap making, hairdressing, beard making, beekeeping, vegetable farming and aquaculture to the indigenous people of Ghana. The two-year program is dubbed “Indigenous Women Growing Opportunity…Details
An Non Governmental Organisation(NGO) which is into the Welfare of indigenous people ,Settle- Ghana is challenging government to as a matter of urgency take a critical look at the circumstances of people living around conserved areas around Ghana. According to the NGO, its findings have concluded that the livelihoods of indigenous people living on the…Details