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Participants at the just ended stakeholder engagement on agriculture financing under the Ghana agriculture investment Plan (GhAIP) have underscored the need to create the necessary enabling environment to attract investment into the agriculture sector. Access to credit/finance by agri-food sector and actors along the commodity value chains in Ghana is limited...
The issues of Post-Harvest Losses, PHLs in the Small-scale Fisheries Sector continues to be a source of worry, having devastating impacts on the incomes of coastal inhabitants, mostly women. The fisheries sector in Ghana, mainly dominated by small-scale fisheries is an emerging sector with significant contribution to food security and poverty...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO, has donated veterinary Laboratory equipment and consumables worth more than seventy thousand United state Dollars to the veterinary Service directorate of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture of Ghana.  The items which include, Compound binoculars microscope, Fluorescence Microscope, Stereo Dissecting Microscope,...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has launched an Event Mobile Application to support surveillance and reporting mechanisms in Ghana for priority animal diseases.  The mobile application initiative known as the Event Mobile Application or “EMA-i”, is an epidemiological tool aimed at enhancing early disease reporting from...
Demand on higher-value foods to shift Experts in Animal Resources in Africa in representation of the African Union, Regional Economic Communities and the FAO discussed the long-term impact of livestock on society in the coming decades. Africa will grow and transform tremendously in the next three decades. Its population will increase from...
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