Home / 2016 / September

Monthly Archives: September 2016

Akwamuman Queen mothers Vow To Ensure Peaceful Polls

A three day workshop aimed at encouraging a violence free elections in the upcoming general elections, has been held in the Asuogyaman district of the Eastern region. The event which was organized by the Akwamu traditional council and supported by ...

Read More »

Kosmos Set To Outdoor Winners Of KIC Agric Entrepreneurs

Young graduates participating in the Kosmos Energy’s social investment initiative, known as the Kosmos Innovation Center (KIC) agriculture inventiveness, have pledged to help grow the sector. The six groups vying for the topmost awards said they have been exposed to ...

Read More »

Acorn Fun Club Launched In Grand Style

Acorn fun club, a club formed with the noble objective of pursuing vibrant agricultural ventures as well as indulging in charity works and ensuring the health benefits of its people, was on Saturday launched in a grand style at Juapong ...

Read More »

Tolon District smallholder farmers trained on best farming methods

The Agro Business Services (ABS) has demonstrated to smallholder farmers in Gburumani in the Tolon District the various farming methods to increase agricultural production and productivity. ABS with the award granted to them by Alliance for a Green Revolution in ...

Read More »

USAID Introduces Solar-Powered Irrigation Systems In Northern Ghana

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has introduced solar-powered irrigation schemes in northern Ghana to safeguard farmers the trouble of relying on erratic rains for farming activities in the country’s poorest regions. “USAID is introducing solar-powered irrigation systems ...

Read More »

African Youth Challenged To Be Proactive In Agri-Business

Kenneth Nana Amoateng, Chief Executive Officer, Abibiman Foundation has challenged African youth to be proactive and actively engage in a more profitable agricultural business activity to help change African the sector’s status quo and ensure food security. “The youth must ...

Read More »

Newly Recruited Agricultural Science Teachers To Be Posted To Basic Schools

The Ghana Education Service (GES)says it will post newly recruited agricultural science teachers to various basic schools across the country. The agricultural science teachers were recruited during the recently announced recruitment exercise organised by the Ghana Education Service. Although the ...

Read More »

Ghana must take agriculture more serious – Ambassador

The Israeli Ambassador to Ghana, Ambassador Ami Mehl, has said Ghana cannot continue to do agriculture on a small scale and expect rapid socio-economic growth. The way forward for Ghana, he said, was a large-scale agriculture which, employed the right ...

Read More »

Assisting Needy Students Our Priority – Ampem Nyarko

District Chief Executive of the Asuogyaman district in the Eastern region, honourable Thomas Ampem Nyarko has stressed that more priority was to be given to needy students so far as the distribution of the District Assemblies Common Fund was concerned. ...

Read More »

SEND-Ghana Holds Stakeholders Dialogue On Donor Investment In Agriculture

SEND-Ghana, a civil society organisation, has begun a national stakeholders’ dialogue on donor inflows to Ghana’s agricultural sector to curb problems relating to the impact of donor investment.  Policy makers and implementers, researchers, civil society groups, and development partners thought ...

Read More »