RURAL ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT NETWORK (REDNET) is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-political organization that engages in rural development, assists farmers obtain sustainability in agriculture and offers humanitarian services. Established in Ghana on 18th June, 1997 and in Canada with Ontario Ministry on 6th November, 2012 by founder and CEO, Emmanuel Morris-Mensah
Engage in Infrastructure Projects in Rural Communities such as:
REDNET has a program of organizing workshops and seminars in collaboration with the ministry of health on family planning with the idea of creating awareness of family planning to help check unwanted pregnancies in rural communities.
REDNET identifies persons in rural communities who are artisan talented and organize workshops and seminars to train them in various artisanship fields. After their training, REDNET equips them financially, technically etc. and creates a platform to market their finished goods.
REDNET organizes farmers into groups termed out growers’ schemes, provide them with training, and equip farmers financially. REDNET also prepares farm lands for farmers in the form of plowing, hallowing and giving farmers’ technical support such as providing fertilizers, seeds/ seedlings etc.
We strongly believe that the strategic interventions and programs that REDNET is undertaking will help reduce drastically the problems of hardship, health, and crime rate in rural communities. This program will also motivate the youth who have travelled to the cities and urban areas in search of jobs will re-migrate.
The financial means of REDNET is payment of membership dues and proceeds from its mechanizing farms which is not enough to run our activities. We hereby appeal to companies, religious bodies; individuals to support our programs in cash and in kind to enable us to achieve our goals of making the world a better place.
We accept of all kinds of items being it clothes, shoes, learning materials, hospital equipment, sewing machines, carpentry machines, industrial machines, sports equipment, musical instruments, children play toys, beds, mattresses, bicycles, bags, exercising machines, utensils, electrical equipment, food items and cash to mention a few.