U.N. CECAR Project

The United Nations CECAR Africa project is part of a broader global effort by the U.N. to combat the impacts of climate change. Hosted by the University of Development Studies (UDS) in the Northern Ghanaian city of Tamale, the Africa project is a five year endeavour, involving  researchers and local farmers, which aims to establish more sustainable farming practices and develop more resilient environments, in a region already suffering from the effects of climate change.

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Images include the cover layout and artwork for both the conference summary and accompanying brochure. The brochure includes travel and access information, as shown in the composite map figure. The seedling in dry parched soil protected by the encircling CECAR motif represents the overall theme of resilience. The programme cover shows a graphic reworking of a photo of the White Volta River, which is a vital water source for the entire region.

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