Tag: Agrihub Ghana

Deputy Minister Launches Green Innovation Centre Project in Ghana

Dr Alhassan Mohammed Ahmed, Deputy Minister of Food and Agriculture, in charge of Crops, has opened an inception workshop for the Green Innovation Centre Project, aimed at reducing poverty and ensuring food security. The project is an initiative of the German Ministry of Economic Cooperation under the global initiative titled “One World No Hunger,” in the agriculture and food sector… Read more →

Agricultural Extension Policy Review Forum Held in Accra

The Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA), in collaboration with the Modernizing Extension and Advisory Services (MEAS) Project and the USAID/Ghana Feed the Future Agriculture Policy Support Project (APSP), has held a two day Agricultural Extension policy review forum in Accra. The Forum created a platform for stakeholders from the public, private and civil society sectors to come together and… Read more →

Youth in Agriculture: for business, not for food

With the rising youth unemployment in Africa, young Ghanaians could find opportunities in the agricultural sector as entrepreneurs; but they lack the means and the space to do so. The perception of agriculture as a mere farming for food needs to change to viewing agriculture as viable businesses within its value chains. This was the outcome of a one day… Read more →

AgriHub Ghana Knowledge Space- Welcoming Open Visits

AgriHub Ghana Knowledge Space, the premier agribusiness incubator and knowledge environment in Ghana opens its doors for visitors. Intended to also serve as a co-working space for agribusiness entrepreneurs and as a youth business incubator, it is sited in the country’s capital, Accra, and managed by Syecomp Ltd, a Geospatial Survey & Mapping, and Agricultural Research company. It is intended… Read more →