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Kenneth Nana Amoateng
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  • Tema-Accra
  • Ghana

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Here you can post and search for study programmes related to environmental issues.
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While travel costs will rise in the future, natural recreational areas closeby urban dwellings will gain in importance. But also the demand for international nature-travel to some last intact ecosystems will rise. Let's discuss its development here!
Oct 20, 2009
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Even if we remain below the 2° limit, our society must adapt to current and future impacts of climate change. Some more than others...Let's share latest outcomes, ideas and strategies for international adaptation!
Oct 20, 2009

Profile Information

September 2, 1975
About Me:
My work with Civil Society Organizations in Ghana started in the early part of 1998. It all begun with a drive to promote the livelihood of young people and children in the Tema Metropolis. This drive then gave birth to Abibimman Foundation in partnership with a friend who also had the same vision.

Since 1998, I have been involved in a number of regional, national and international advocacy campaigns. In view of my belief in social justice and better livelihoods, I am actively engaged in the campaign for human rights, Democracy, trade justice, Peace, climate, youth employment and sanitation. I am also a member of the Ghana MDGs Campaign Coalition, Assistant Coordinator for Ghana GCAP, GTLC and the African Youth Coalition Against EPAs.

Founder :Ghana National Youth Coalition on Climate Change ( GNYCCC)

Nana Ken representing African youths at United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of Parties (COP 15) in December 2009 in Copenhagen, Denmark

In 2004, i for Parliament losing by only a small margin

I have Initiated a number of events geared towards the enhancement of promotion of sustainable livelihoods, peace, Human Right and development for all.

Most especially is the MDGs campaign which am actively involving youth in its promotion And monitoring

Opportunity to share my experience with other othes and to also create network

Highly Innovative, Approachable Attitude and Team Player. self- motivated
My Organisation / Group
Abibimman Foundation is a Non-Profit Oriented, Non-Partisan, Non-Governmental Organisation (RGD G 5,895, DSW 2525) established in 2000 in Tema. It has dedicated itself to the promotion of sustainable livelihoods, peace and development. The essential thrust of Abibimman Foundation is to enhance livelihoods in peaceful and developed environment through Cultural, Formal and Non-Formal Education, Civic and Health Education, Human Right and Environmental Protection, and General Activities. Its mission statement is “to ameliorate conflict situations and promote a culture of peace, sustainable livelihoods, democracy and development based on knowledge of cultural, civic, and human right, environmental and health issues. Promote cultural, formal and non-formal education as well as technical and vocational skill development to enhance employment and job opportunities for a better standard of human development”. The Foundation upholds the principles of the United Nations and African Union.

The Foundation focus its efforts mainly on children and youth by promoting the needed awareness, and help address their development challenges while utilizing them as positive agents in the promotion of sustainable livelihoods, peace and development through facilitated collaboration among various partners in their communities. The Foundation develop concepts and implement programmes based on a “combined approached matrix” and methodologies that enable its audience to identify problems, set priority, and address needs assessments which act as catalyst for actions with appropriate decision and policy–makers with burden-alleviation and cost-effectiveness analysis. Seen as crucial to the promotion of sustainable livelihoods, peace and development and help break the vicious circle of unemployment, poverty and underdevelopment, the Foundation, since January 2000, has implemented major child and youth development oriented events (excluding schools / clubs / institutions visitation, media presentation, workshop, seminar and conference attendances).
Website:,, abibimma...
My activities / interests
am actively engaged in the campaign for human rights, Democracy, trade justice, Peace, climate Change, youth employment and sanitation. I am also a member of the Ghana MDGs Campaign

Kenneth Nana Amoateng's Blog

Climate change in Ghana has become a threat to livelihoods

Posted on October 23, 2009 at 12:56pm 0 Comments

Climate change in Ghana has become a threat to livelihoods


MDG7: Ensuring Environmental Sustainability

MDG 1: Eradicate extreme Poverty and Hunger

Continuous Degradation of natural resources such as food, medicinal plants, fuel wood etc. and land degradation might lead to poverty

MDG2:… Continue

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At 5:05pm on June 12, 2013, FRANK KWABENA said…

Good Day,

How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:( for the full details.

Have a nice day

Thanks God bless.


At 11:31am on February 5, 2010, Kenneth Nana Amoateng said…
At 3:17pm on August 15, 2009, Mika Huettner said…
Hey Kenneth,
not sure what your reply means. In case it means that you wrote a proposal regarding the message I sent you, Please notice: I just forwarded an email I got from Forest-L listings, please do not apply to me, but to the organisation listed in the message I sent you. I am not at all involved in this....I just forwarded it. Thanks and hope it´ll work out for you.
Best regards
At 9:30am on August 14, 2009, Mika Huettner said…
this might be of interest for you.

ear Colleagues,

The Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) Africa Section instituted SCB Africa Section Communications/Mentoring Program in 2007 funded by John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation to expand the pipeline of seasoned African Conservation Biologists and foster the development of young aspiring professionals in Conservation Biology.

The program is targeted at coaching African students and Conservation Biologists on writing high standard manuscript and proposal. Mentees (upcoming scientists) are paired with mentors (experienced African or non African scientists) who will coach them through 8 months of well structured e-mentoring process. The program is open to SCB Africa Section members; however SCB membership is not a requirement.

Enrolment exercise commenced 1st August 2009 to close by 31st. For more information on how to enrol as a mentee or mentor, please visit

Apologies for cross posting but please feel free to share with other network forums and colleagues!

Best regards,

Ademola AJAGBE
Program Coordinator
Africa Section Communications/Mentoring Program


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