Following an in-depth needs analysis through bilateral consultations organized between FAO and the Ghana’s counterparts responsible for producing and using agricultural statistics, and based on the information collected through a questionnaire prepared by FAO and completed by the national agricultural statistical team, the following activities, planned for the period 2021-2023, are implemented in Ghana with the aim to fill gaps in different levels of technical expertise and capacities.
- Participation in the scholarship programme;
- Technical assistance in developing, using and maintaining a cost-effective Master Sampling Frame (MSF) to implement integrated system of agricultural surveys;
- Support in collecting, measuring and analysing data on agricultural losses;
- Training and support to the country in developing, implementing, and maintaining CAPI-based surveys to improve data quality and cost-efficiency of agricultural survey;
- Develop awareness on the importance of statistical dissemination policies and build the skills required for data dissemination and preservation programmes;
- Support in computing timely and reliable CAADP indicators;
- Support in developing farm typologies for improved policy analysis.
News from Ghana
The Global Strategy focuses on CAADP indicators in Ghana workshop
A training on CAADP indicators was held in...
The Global Strategy supports statisticians in Ghana in the development of typology of agricultural holdings
FAO, through the Global Strategy, organizes a training on farm typology in Ghana, from 12 to 19 July 2022. The first session addresses larger public of producers and users of agricultural statistics in the country such as directorates of the Ministry of Agriculture (MOFA), National Statistical...
Events in Ghana
Ghana: Training on development and use of sampling frames
13/11/2022 - 19/11/2022
Ghana: Training on the development and use of frames
24/10/2022 - 28/10/2022