Presentation of the Wetlands Restoration Project. (Mr. Benjamin Edwards)
The presentation revealed the project aimed at rehabilitating the Muni-Pomadze Ramsar Site into a world-class eco-tourism site has two main phases; 1) restoration of mangroves and 2) building of environmentally friendly recreational facilities on the site. The project is at its initial stage where the observational report has been conducted on the Muni-Pomadze Ramsar Site, with a land cover change analysis report from 2000 to 2022. It was revealed that Youth Legacy Ghana has begun building synergies and partnerships with related and interested organizations to mobilize stakeholders for the project. So far, the project has two active stakeholders; the Department of Geography Education, UEW, and The Wildlife Division, Winneba. The current stage of the project is conducting an initial environmental examination report to validate the problems being faced at the Ramsar site and to apply for funding opportunities in the year 2022. In the first phase of the project, the Ghana Wetlands Sustainability was organized to recruit and equip youth volunteers to contribute to the planning and implementation of the project. The maiden edition organized so far had 10 volunteers recruited for the project. Also, it was indicated that subsequent training programs will engage indigenous, especially those living in proximity to the Ramsar site.

Partnership Solidification (Miss Elizabeth Eyi).
Our partnership and International Relations officer, Miss Elizabeth Eyi Agbovi led the organization to solidify human resources and expertise collaboration between Youth Legacy Ghana (Greenovature) and the University of Bayreuth.