Category: Miscellaneous

Marshall Plan for Agriculture in Ghana: Unveiled in 2018 Budget

¬ Duties on agro-processing equipment and machinery to be removed ¬ Massive road construction and irrigation in food basket areas ¬ Pension scheme for cocoa farmers, et al Vice-President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has said government will use the 2018 budget, scheduled to be presented to Parliament in a month’s time, to support an ambitious agriculture transformation agenda. The Vice President… Read more →

Resource List-Planting for Food and Jobs Campaign

Below are listed resources available on the Government of Ghana (GoG) Agricultural modernisation campaign dubbed: Planting for Food and Jobs (PFJ). We will continue to update the resource list when data/information is available to us: PFJ-Commencement of Fertilizer Subsidy Programme_Agricinghana PFJ-Draft WorkPlan_Agricinghana PFJ-Fertilizer Subsidy Programme_ Information for Stakeholders_Agricinghana     Further information? Email us: Editor@agricinghana.com Call the Farmer Helpline: 0500000996 Read more →

Participatory Youth Workshop in Ghana

As part of activities to engage urban and rural youth in climate-smart agriculture and orient youth in market-driven value chain opportunities in Ghana, the Global Youth Innovation Network (GYIN), Ghana and the African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC), Ghana are organizing a one-day participatory youth workshop in Accra on Saturday, January 10, 2015 at AgriHub Ghana Knowledge Space. Theme:… Read more →

More Productive Jobs for Africa’s Youth Vital for the Region’s Economic Progress, says New WB Report

WASHINGTON: 2014/298/AFR – With more than half of Sub-Saharan Africa’s population now under the age of 25, and as many as 11 million young Africans expected to join the labor market every year for the next decade, creating millions of productive, well-paying jobs will be vital to boost economic growth, significantly cut poverty, and create shared prosperity in Africa, according to… Read more →

Mobile Applications in Agriculture: a review by Syngenta Foundation

The Syngenta Foundation published this report, which focuses on the use of mobile applications in agriculture especially in the developing world. This report considers ICT/mobile-use as tools for providing information, and gives a typology of information flows along the agriculture value chain. Over the past 50 years, crop yields have grown at very different rates around the world. Most smallholder… Read more →

GYIN 1-Impart Report

The first impact report of the Global Youth Innovation Network is available in pdf on the Box.net widget for free download. I will encourage all global youth entrepreneurs to download the document and enjoy reading~! Read more →

Ghana’s 2012 Budget Statement…………& Matters Arising

The Minister for Finance and Economic Planning, Dr. Kwabena Duffour has unveiled the 2012 budget and economic policy of the Atta Mills-led administration. The budget statement dubbed, “Infrastructure Development for Accelerated Growth and Job Creation”, according to minister is one of the best in the face of an election year to bring high hopes to the jobless. Presenting the budget… Read more →

Good Seed-High yielding; Available market

Seed Deterioration Seed is a living matter and if not handled and stored properly it deteriorates and gets damaged. Main reasons for deterioration are: – high temperature in storage area – high humidity in storage area – high moisture content of seed – improper packing – seed is not cleaned or treated – presence of pests and diseases – natural short-lived… Read more →

Syecomp Business Services Ltd In Cotonou!!

From Sunday, 9th october, 2010 to 14th October, the Chief Operations Manager of Syecomp Business Services,  Solomon Elorm Allavi, will be representing the company in the Global Youth Innovations Workshop-fair in Cotonou,Benin. He was among 60 budding youth entrepreneurs  selected all over the world to participate in this innovative  networking workshop-fair. This is an event being implemented by Phelps Stokes… Read more →