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Carbon Sequestration Through Plantation Development

Carbon credit development

Reclaiming our degraded lands

Planting more trees to restore the lands

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Reaching Beyond!

Human survival depends on trees.

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Providing sustainable livelihoods.

For illegal miners across the nation.

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A better way to survive

Community enhancement projects

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Raising more seedlings

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What is NAELP?

The National Alternative Employment and Livelihood Programme for illegal miners (NAELP) is an initiative of the Government of Ghana under the auspices of the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources.

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Mission
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Our overarching mission is to design and implement pathway programmes for illegal miners and those whose livelihoods have been affected by the government’s operations against illegal mining activities.

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Vision
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We aim to provide sustainable alternative livelihoods for illegal miners and people affected by the sanitization of the mining sector while restoring lands that were negatively impacted by illegal mining activities in Ghana.

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Modules of Programme Implementation

NAELP Mandate

  • The President of the Republic of Ghana
    The President of the Republic of Ghana

    “This Programme seeks to mitigate the unavoidable and unintended hardships which our efforts to sanitise the small-scale mining sector have created, particularly in the five regions where Operation Halt II was carried out. It is intended to provide good economic livelihood options to the illegal mining and associated activities, to enable those adversely impacted to work and support themselves and their families.” H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

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Recent News

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80,000 youth secure jobs in re-afforestation

The National Alternative Employment and Livelihood Programme (NAELP) has provided jobs for

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Govt. engages 80,000 illegal miners under NAELP programme

Government has engaged about 80,000 people engaged in illegal mining, popularly known as g

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PRESIDENT AKUFO-ADDO LAUNCHES NAELP

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has launched the National Alte

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Carbon Sequestration Through
Plantation Development

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Nationwide Sustainability

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Reclaiming degraded lands
Restoring resources

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Providing Sustainable
Livelihoods

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