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Joy Ogar

17 Oct 2016
“Training of 520 persons will focus mostly on women and girls. When they are through with the training, the association will provide them with the materials to construct the energy saving wood-stove in each of their kitchens”.
26 Sep 2016
Faced with the growing threat of deforestation through human activities, the United Nations (UN) has commenced the training of some communities in Cross River State on forest regeneration.
25 Aug 2016
In view of issues surrounding the world climate change, 350 men, women and youths from Okuromotet Community in Obubra Local Government Area of Cross River State, have been trained on forest conservation.

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