Mr. Berkland flanked on his right by GCAP Project Co-ordinator Charles Nornoo. Others in the photo include Mr Alabi Bortey (first from left) Head of Administration for GCAP and (first from right) Ing. Bernard D. Moro, Senior Drainage and Irrigation Engineer for GCAP.
The Fifth Implementation Support Mission (ISM) of the World Bank, at a wrap-up meeting on 12th February 2016, rated GCAP’s performance as Moderately Satisfactory (MU), an improvement over the Project’s performance of Moderately Unsatisfactory (MU) at the 4TH ISM between March and May 2015.
From 29th February to 3rd March 2016, GCAP organised a four-day training workshop in Tamale in the Northern Region for nine investors in the Nasia-Nabogo Improved Rainfed Rice Development Scheme in various operational areas of the project. The aim was to educate the investors on what is required of them, and for them to know how to relate to GCAP specialists.
The Social Safeguards Specialist for GCAP, Robert Abaane, on 25th February 2016 led a team of enumerators to count economic trees in the Nasia-Nabogo Valleys that may be affected by development of lands in the area for cropping by investors and outgrowers.
GCAP Project co-ordinator, Charles Nornoo, has assured farmers in Tono and Vea near Navrongo in the Upper East Region that doing designs for the rehabilitation and modernisation of Tono and Vea dams will not in any way interrupt farming activities in the area. At a site meeting at Navrongo on 11th March 2016 between GCAP and SMEC International, the engineering…