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FFKP Network

The FFKP Network helps connect key players from the same country or region, encouraging them to explore areas of common interest that may serve as a basis to establish partnerships and collaborations among its members.

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By joining the FFKP Network, members will be given the opportunity to get international visibility for their organization/association/cooperative through the Family Farming Knowledge Platform. Stakeholders interested in becoming members of the FFKP Network are invited to provide the information requested in this form.

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The information on the members of the FFKP Network is provided by the members themselves. FAO is not responsible for its accuracy, nor for any use of such information by users.

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Youth Path Organisation

Non-governmental organization
Youth Path Organisation (YPO) is a youth-led nongovernmental organization founded in 2009. It is committed in promoting the cause of a youth-led development through the creation of initiatives that inspire and empower the youth to fulfill their potential and contribute to activities that create social and environmental impact in Ghana....
Ghana

Groundswell International

Non-governmental organization
Groundswell International in West Africa is a network of national NGOs engaged in field work to scale out agroecology to small scale family farmers, and to advocate for changes in policy to create a favorable policy environment for a transition to agroecology. The founders of Groundswell International have worked for decades...
Ghana

Mattlawie Ecological Regenerative Center

Non-governmental organization
Mattlawie Ecological Regenerative Center is an ecological-based organization and a registered non-profit organization in Ghana. Their vision is for humans, animals and nature to peacefully and happily co-exist in their ecological center/ community; therefore, it wants to create an amazing example of regenerative/sustainable agriculture and sustainable living in this region,...
Ghana

C/o Ghana irrigation Development Authority

Institution
GIDA is a Government Organization responsible for development and construction of small-scale irrigation schemes for farmers in Ghana. It has an agronomy/operational department that organizes farmers to produce crops sensibly under irrigation for export and local markets.
Ghana

GROW West Africa

Non-governmental organization
GROW West Africa is a registered organization that provides women, youth and farmers with training in organic agriculture and agro-ecological practices that are sustainable. It also helps farmers come together to form a body to help achieve better results depending on if they want a cooperative or a union. GROW...
Ghana
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