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Global Youth Innovation Network (GYIN) – Update on Funding for Youth Entrepreneurs in Ghana (GYIN Ghana)

In October 2011, Youth entrepreneurs, leaders and innovators were invited to attend an international conference and fair in Cotonou, Benin. The conference brought sixty six (66) carefully screened young people from different parts of the world, to represent their countries. Hundreds of youth in Benin also flooded to the conference in support. The Benin Conference became the turning point for… Read more →

Youth In Agriculture Programme (YIAP) Ghana-Overview

PROGRAMME POLICY, STRATEGY AND SUSTAINABILITY INTRODUCTION Within the developing agenda of Ghana, agriculture is identified as one of the economic pillars. The nexus/connection between agriculture development and Ghana’s ability to achieve its food and nutrition security goals are inextricably linked. Agriculture is important to the development of any nation, Ghana being no exception. Development must include the youth and therefore… Read more →

Linking Rice Farmers to Markets- The ICT Works of SYECOMP BUSINESS SERVICES in Ghana

Most agricultural development projects in Ghana traditionally address the supply-side and usually focus on crop productivity issues (increased use of improve seeds, fertilizers and improved agronomic practices). Few address the demand or marketing side that ensures that the increased production find its way to the markets without adverse effects on prices and incomes of farmers and other stakeholders in the… Read more →

Agricinghana Blog-Introductory Note!

This is the most exciting blog on agri-business in Ghana! We will focus on informing and promoting issues on agriculture in Ghana and occasionally relating it to issues in the West African sub-region and the world at large. This blog seeks to highlight salient issues on agricultural development in Ghana and in the sub-region. It brings to the fore technological… Read more →