Technology To Track Tree Development Has Been Developed By Three Organizations

Advancement in technology in order to follow the development of trees established under the Green Ghana project has been created as a feature of plans to guarantee the trees are supported to full development.

It is mutually being created by three associations — Youth Bridge Foundation, situated in the nation; If Not Us Then Who – situated in the United States, and Nature4Climate, a combination of 19 worldwide environment-centered foundations.

Named “DUAPA reforestation project”, it is a youth-driven reforestation drive that looks to add to the country’s nature-based environmental change variation system.

It is dependent on moving a demonstrated tech-empowered native protection and reforestation framework to individuals.

With this project, local area individuals gather information, screen, track plant development, and furthermore catch airborne perspective on scenes of spoilt lands.

The advanced innovation had previously been embraced in places in the Amazon Forest and Peru.

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A pilot project had already been carried out in Bowkrom in the Nsawam Adoagyiri Municipal Assembly (NAMA) in the Eastern Region.

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As a feature of exercises to launch the mission at Bowkrom, a couple of the project partners visited the local area to evaluate and prepare the youth for the utilization of computerized innovation.

The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of Nsawam Adoagyiri, Isaac Kwadwo Buabeng, encouraged youngsters locally to exploit the training.

The Communications Officer of Nature4Climate, Patricia De Matta, said: “It is rewarding to see the real action happening on the ground. It is being led by these young community members who are showing a high level of commitment and engagement.

“The government is already aligned to this and together with our partners, the Youth Bridge Foundation, we are here to support this pilot and possibly scale up across various communities on the continent and in the world,” he said.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Youth Bridge Foundation, Seth Oteng, said how happy he was that the project was utilizing the resident’s scientific approach and a multi-partner system that brought traditional leaders, the municipal assembly, and local area individuals on board.

He said the students were shown how to gather straightforward information from the trees, input them on cell phones, and capture elevated perspectives on scenes involving a robot for examinations.

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“This project comes at a critical phase of the country’s national climate mitigation and adaptation effort. The country has deployed nature-based solutions, most especially tree planting towards achieving its climate action strategies,” the CEO added.

The Eastern Regional Minister, Seth Kwame Acherman, encouraged the group not to depend solely on the project, saying there is no telling what this project can achieve for the country if done right”.

“We can take a step further from our national tree-planting effort to actually track the seedlings as they grow. I am elated that you chose the Eastern Region to pilot this project and I wish you the very best,” he said.

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