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Floods cut off communities in North East Region

A number of communities in the North East Region have remained inaccessible due to torrential rains and flood waters spilled from the Bagre Dam...
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President Akufo-Addo SONA Captured Bagre Dam Issue

Government is putting in place plans to avert the perennial flooding caused by the spillage of the Bagre dam, that annually resulted in the...

The Negative Impact Of Bagre Dam Spillage On Smallholder Farmers In Ghana

The Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana (PFAG), the Chamber of Agribusiness Ghana (CAG) and the General Agricultural Workers Union (GAWU) are farmer-based organisations with...
A person walks in a flooded street in the town of Guasdualito, Apure state, Venezuela, on July 7, 2015. According to local press, more than 9,000 families were affected by the floods caused by the overflowing of the rivers Arauca and Sarare. (Xinhua/Str) (jp)

Farms in Binduri District Under Water from Bagre Dam Spillage

Spilled water from the Bagre dam has flooded low lying areas in the Binduri District of the Upper East Region, destroying farms, houses and...
Bakoto Kinteh in a rice field at the Juffureh dyke in The Gambia. ActionAid partner ADWAC built the dyke to reclaim the fields from climate damage. Photo: ,Jane Hahn/ActionAid

Bagre Dam Spillage to Take Place Today

A press release issued by Ms Lucy Perbi Nyarko, the Area Manager of the Volta River Authority (VRA), called on communities along the white...

NADMO Goes To The Aid Of 8 Communities

The spill from the Bagre Dam in Burkina Faso has destroyed about 625 hectors of farm lands in seven communities near the White Volta...

Upper East RCC Receives Support To Handle Ebola Outbreak

Action Aid Ghana (AAG) has donated 300 mattresses valued at GH?81,000 to the Upper East Regional Coordinating Council (RCC) as part of measures to...

NADMO Appeals For Support To Save Bagre Dam Residents

The Northern Regional branch of the National Disaster National Management Organisation (NADMO) is asking government and philanthropists to supply them with boats and life...