Strengthening Climate Change Collaboration: Canadian MPs’ Visit to GCIC 

The Centre was honored to have representatives from Global Affairs Canada present, including Shauna Flanagan, Sarah Kalisa, as well as Kathleen Flynn-Dapaah, Chargé of High Commission of Canada, who joined the discussions and shared valuable insights. 

The meeting was enriched by the presence of some of the inspiring green entrepreneurs from GCIC, who are driving positive change in Ghana’s climate and sustainability landscape. These entrepreneurs included Shaq Express, Aydens, Fibre Wealth, and Kawa Moka. 

 It is key to note that across its climate finance commitment, Canada will ensure that 80% of projects integrate gender equality considerations, in line with its Feminist International Assistance Policy and that the GCIC project aligns with Canada’s $5.3 billion international climate finance commitment.