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Peasant farmers appeal for access to quality seeds

Madam Victoria Adongo, the Programme Co-ordinator of Peasant Farmers Association, Ghana (PFAG), has called on Parliament to implement policies that will enable farmers to have access to quality seedlings. She said this was important as certain clauses in the Plant ...

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SADA Schools Investors

The lack of long-term financing, improved seeds and fertilizers and poor infrastructure continue to negatively affect farmers in the zone of the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA). As part of efforts to change this situation, the Authority recently opened a ...

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Prices of foodstuffs decline by over 80%

Prices of foodstuffs in the Greater Accra region have begun to decline after experiencing significant levels of hikes for close to 6 months -from February 2016. Checks across the various markets reveal that most food prices have reduced by over ...

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50% of COCOBOD properties unregistered

Less than 50 percent of Ghana Cocoa Board’s properties nationwide are covered by proper land documentation, the director of Estates at COCOBOD Alex Asiedu has confirmed. A 2013 Auditor-General report revealed that most of COCOBOD’s landed properties are not covered ...

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Agriculture key to poverty eradication – Mahama

President John Mahama says investing in Agriculture and Agri-business within the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority Zone (SADA) is critical for pulling majority of Ghanaians out of poverty. He said the SADA Zone holds the key to eradicating poverty thereby transforming ...

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‘SADA bank’ unrealistic – Former Northern Regional Minister

A former Northern Regional Minister, Prince Imoro Andani has lashed out at the Finance Ministry for granting the Savanna Accelerated Development Authority, (SADA) the go ahead to establish a bank. In Mr. Andani’s view, the finance ministry’s decision is disappointing ...

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Extreme Weather Increasing Level of Toxins in Food, Scientists Warn

As food plants suffer more stress, they are producing more health-damaging chemicals, researchers find.  As they struggle to deal with more extreme weather, a range of food crops are generating more of chemical compounds that can cause health problems for ...

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SADA bank to give farmers long-term credit – CEO

he Chief Executive Officer of the Savanna Accelerated Development Authority (SADA), Charles Abugre, has said that establishment of the Savanna Investment and Development Bank is a move to assist farmers have access to medium to long term financing. Speaking to ...

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Majority of farmers in Nabdam to take up potato farming

Many farmers in the Nabdam District of the Upper East Region have resolved to go into large scale cultivation of Orange flesh sweet potato this farming season. The farmers drawn from Communities including Pelungu, Zanlerigu, Kongo, Gane Asonge all the Nabdam ...

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Agribusiness financing receives boost

Eximguaranty Ghana Limited and the USAID Financing Ghanaian Agriculture Project (USAID-FinGAP) are collaborating to provide credit guarantees which are expected to increase financing for agricultural development and innovation in Ghana. The collaboration, according to Felix Ntrakwah-Board Chairman of Eximguaranty, was ...

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