Article published by E-MAGIN Consortium
Article published by "E-MAGIN Facebook Page"
Article published by "B&FT online"
Professor Rosemond Boohene, the Project Coordinator of E-Waste Management Ghana (E-MAGIN) has said the use of electrical and electronic equipment and the high rate of obsolescence of the equipment leads to an increased generation of e-waste. [more]
Article published by E-Magin Consortium
Professor Rosamond Boahene, Project Coordinator of Electronic Waste (e-waste) Management in Ghana has called for proper recycling and collection systems to reduce the disastrous environmental and social impact of the current e-waste management practices
Ghana taking the next step in electronics recycling
Africa: The European Union is to invest Euro 1.2 million in Ghana's 'E-MAGIN' electronics recycling project over the next four years.
EU provides 1.2 million euros to promote e-waste management in Ghana
The European Union (EU) is providing 1.2 million Euros to fund the E-Waste management in Ghana (E-MAGIN Ghana) project over the next four years.