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May 28th, 2019: Value Chain Report Publication
E-MAGIN Project: Value Chain Assessment Report published!
April 9th, 2019: Article published by "E-MAGIN Facebook Page"
E-MAGIN Project: second review meeting held
The managers of the European Union's Electrronic Waste Management (E-MAGIN) project in Ghana, have held their second meeting to review the project. The review meeting was used to evaluate the activities of the first year of the project and to plan for the next phase of the project. For more information visit the E-MAGIN Facebook page.
September 6th, 2018: Article published by "B&FT online"
E-MAGIN holds e-waste workshop for scrap dealers and electronic repairers
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]
February 15, 2018: Article published by "Recycling International"
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.
The initiative, which will be implemented in eight regions across the country, has been launched in the country’s capital Accra by environment, science, technology and innovation minister Professor Kwabena Frimpong Boateng. The project aims to improve the formalisation of Ghana’s e-scrap management, thus providing legitimate and safe jobs for thousands of people. [more]
February 12, 2018: Article published in the "Business & Financial Times"
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.
The project will be implemented in 8 regions to promote the formalisation of the e-waste management industry to provide legitimate and safe jobs for the thousands of people who handle e-waste in the country. [more]