Tag: GhanaVeg

Holland-Ghana Pavilion Host 7 Companies at 2017 Agrofood Fair

The Holland-Ghana Pavilion at the 2017 Agro Food Fair will host 7 companies from the Netherlands seeking to invest in the Ghanaian Agriculture and Food sectors. GhanaVeg in partnership with the Netherlands African Business Council (NABC) and the Ghana Netherlands Business and Culture Council (GNBCC) will organize Matchmaking meetings with the trade investors on Tuesday December 5, 2017 at the… Read more →

Job Vacancy with SNV: Fund Manager

SNV Netherlands Development is a not-for-profit international development organisation that has built a long-term local presence in 38 countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin-America. SNV Ghana implements projects to improve individual lives and contributes to solving global challenges in the areas of agriculture, energy, and water, sanitation & hygiene. West Africa HortiFresh/GhanaVeg is a 4-year sector programme (2018-2021) being implemented… Read more →

Job Vacancy with SNV: Business & Financial Specialist Advisor

  SNV Netherlands Development is a not-for-profit international development organisation that has built a long-term local presence in 38 countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin-America. SNV Ghana implements projects to improve individual lives and contributes to solving global challenges in the areas of agriculture, energy, and water, sanitation & hygiene. West Africa HortiFresh/GhanaVeg is a 4-year sector programme (2018-2021) being… Read more →

Job Vacancy with SNV: Vegetable Agronomist

SNV Netherlands Development is a not-for-profit international development organisation that has built a long-term local presence in 38 countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin-America. SNV Ghana implements projects to improve individual lives and contributes to solving global challenges in the areas of agriculture, energy, and water, sanitation & hygiene. West Africa HortiFresh/GhanaVeg is a 4-year sector programme (2018-2021) being implemented… Read more →

European Union lifts ban on Ghanaian vegetable exports

Beginning January 1, 2018, Ghanaian farmers will be able to resume exports of all plant commodities to the European Union (EU) market, a statement issued by the European Union Delegation to Ghana has assured. It follows the European Commission’s decision to lift the current ban on the exports of five plant commodities from Ghana to the European Union (EU) market… Read more →

GhanaVeg begins trials of eight varieties of onion cultivars

  GhanaVeg, an initiative of The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, has commenced trials of eight varieties of onions. The trial is to ascertain the performance of onion cultivars in two different seasons in three zones of Ghana namely Northern, Middle and Southern Zones. The varieties included two known varieties namely Bawku Red, Red Creole and six hybrid… Read more →

Calls for Grants Q2-GhanaVeg

GhanaVeg has announced its new calls for grants for the Business Opportunities Fund (BO) and Research and Development Innovation Fund (R&D). The Calls are collectively aimed at supporting a sector-wide development of Ghana’s vegetable sector. The themes being considered under BO are Private Extension, Vegetable Value Chain Integration and Innovative Irrigation. These themes would be co-funded to a tune of… Read more →

Vegetable Sector in Ghana Receive Investment

GhanaVeg, an initiative supported by the Netherlands Embassy in Ghana, has presented a grant of GHC 200, 000 each to two entrepreneurs to finance their business plans. The beneficiaries are Catherine Krobo-Edusei of Eden Tree Limited and Tikola, an agent of East-West Seeds. The grant will support Mrs. Krobo-Edusei of Eden Tree to work together with 120 farmers who are… Read more →