Since its inception, RUDEYA has chalked several successes and achievements within its area of operation. Notable among these achievements are listed below:
- Creation 100 CFCs in Atwima and Asunafo Districts. The CFCs have helped in
RUDEYA is a member of several networks in Ghana and abroad. Under listed are some of our foreign and local partners.
- Forest Watch Ghana and World Conservation Union.
- SFNP Ghana
RUDEYA has successfully executed several projects of varying sizes across its area of operation. Notable among these are listed below:
CSO/Community Led Independent Monitoring of VPA Implementation in Ghana Project Launched
Resource Management support Centre (RMSC), Kumasi-Ghana
15th November 2017
RUDEYA- The Rural Development and Youth Association (RUDEYA), held an inception workshop to officially launched its new project. The workshop was to shed more light on the FAO – EU FLEGT Funded project titled: “Towards the establishment of Civil Society/Community led Independent monitoring mechanism in support of the Voluntary Partnership Agreement implementation in Ghana”.
The project is being implemented in three forest districts: Goaso, Asankragwa and Mpraeso. Participants were drawn from TVD, FSD, RMSC. Also present were representatives from nine (9) communities and 6 timber firms in the selected three project districts and CSOs.
In his opening address Mr. Edward Obiaw, the Director of RMSC welcomed the participants and explained the project is been implemented at a time where there is a lot of illegal logging activities in the Goaso Forest District.
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Rural Development and Youth Association(RUDEYA) is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) registered at the Registrar General’s Department in Accra and the Head Office of the Department of Social Welfare according to the laws of the Republic of Ghana in1991.
RUDEYA is a member of several networks in Ghana and abroad, such as Forest Watch Ghana and World Conservation Union. RUDEYA collaborates with organisations such as ICCO, SNV-Ghana, Tropenbos-Ghana and Friends of the Earth Ghana. It pays specific attention to promoting gender equity within its organisation and activity areas.