Training Social Welfare Officers and Partners on GCLMS and Child Labour

CRI Executive Director Bright Appiah leads a training session

CRI Executive Director Bright Appiah leads a training session

On the 24th and 25th of January, CRI was privileged to kick off its first activity for the UTZ Project. This project is a partnership between UTZ whose vision is a world where sustainable farming is the norm and KooKoo Pa, an organisation formed to support smallholder farmers to promote the adoption of sustainable farming practices in achieving economic and social well-being of its members.

The aim of the project is to reduce child labour in the operating districts of KooKoo Pa by creating and promoting a bottom up, cost efficient and gender sensitive child labour prevention, monitoring and remediation (GCLMS) approach.

The activity was a workshop on child labour and GCLMS for partners, including officers from Social Welfare in the operating districts of KooKoo Pa who will be playing major roles in the implementation of this project.