Tag: GYIN Ghana

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →