FARA Celebrates 2023 National Farmers’ Day with Ghanaian Farmers

Over the years, farming activities and projects in Ghana have targeted the alleviation of food insecurity and malnutrition especially in Northern Ghana by promoting crop-specific agroecological systems and sustainable development practices.

FARA, for the past two decades, hosted by the government of Ghana, has supported in youth capacity development programs and activities through YPARD, provided support in mainstreaming the culture of knowledge co-creation for sustainable agriculture, strengthened multi-stakeholder partnerships through innovation platforms and mainstreamed the Science Agenda for Agriculture (S3A) in Ghana’s government flagship programmes.

So much more can be achieved overtime when farmers and farm activities are strongly considered under centre stage of policy making priorities.

Join FARA pay tribute to the hardworking farmers of Ghana.

 

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One Comment

  1. Benjamin Abugri-Reply
    December 1, 2023 at 1:05 pm

    Congratulations to all Ghanaian farmers and to the government for celebrating the hardwork of farmers

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