Happy Farmer’s Day 2022

Farmers around the world are being affected by climate change. They are experiencing no rain when rain is needed, too much sun when the rain is needed, and a series of unexpected weather changes.

This year to celebrate Farmer’s Day, we invited EPA, Forestry Commission, and Ho Municipal Assembly to come discuss with our children, farmers, youth, and community on climate change, our environment, and Ho, Oxygen City. During the discussion, we talked about what Climate Change is, the causes of climate change, and what we can do about it. We later discussed the environment, ways to farm sustainably, and how we can protect our farms. Finally, we discussed SDG 13 and why, Ho, Volta Region, Ghana is the Oxygen City. Four farmers were awarded a cutlass and gloves to help them with their farming in the future.

Thank you EPA, Forestry Commission, and Ho Municipal Assembly for honoring our invitation on your day off to celebrate Farmer’s Day. Our students, farmers, youth, and community members were empowered and educated to help slow down climate change.

Always remember to reduce, reuse, and recycle.

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