Dr. Louise Carol Serwaa Donkor, the coordinator of the National Alternative Employment and Livelihood Programme (NAELP), has praised traditional leaders in the Bibiani-Anhwiaso-Bekwai District of the Western North Region for their tremendous support of the National Land Reclamation and Afforestation Module, which aims to alter perceptions and advance sustainable mining practices.
Dr. Serwaa Donkor expressed the government’s sincere gratitude to the traditional leaders and the community during a two-day stakeholder engagement that began with a visit to the district’s traditional leaders in the Bibiani-Anhwiaso-Bekwai District for their unwavering support of the project to reclaim miner-used land.
During her visit to a few locations in the Bibiani Anwiaso Bekwai District, Dr. Serwaa Donkor spoke with a few beneficiaries and expressed her enthusiasm for the remarkable advancements made thus far. The NAELP initiative, which has helped to prevent employment loss in the mining sector, was thanked by the recipients in return.
To ensure proper monitoring and maintenance of the plantings, Dr. Serwaa Donkor stated in her concluding statement that a sustainability plan has been created and would be released soon at the local and district levels.
Following this, Dr. Carol Serwaa Donkor conducted a supervisory tour with her team of technical advisers to evaluate the state of the earthworks and the installation and upkeep of seedlings on the four (4) project sites.
With some places even developing into large plantations, the National Land Reclamation and Re-afforestation program is successfully restoring vegetation cover and making the lands productive for farming.
The NAELP Stakeholder Engagement Initiative is actively mobilizing and utilizing all available resources to achieve the program’s greatest degree of success, with the goal of fostering behavioral change and the promotion of sustainable mining practices.
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