Ghana’s Groundnuts

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Ghana Agricultural News Digest – August 4, 2014

Below are some current developments on Agriculture in Africa: Agricultural issues Investment in Agric Already Yielding Impressive Results - Mahama President John Mahama has given indication that government’s recent increased investment in the agric sector has already begun yielding impressive results. The President early on in the year announced plans to invest heavily in Ghanaian >> Read more

Ghana Agricultural News Digest – May 27, 2014

Below are some current developments on Agriculture in Africa: Agricultural Issues IFPRI holds Conference on Building Resilience to End Hunger International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) has asked that the post-2015 agenda should aim at ending hunger by 2025 by building resilience to various environmental, political and economic shocks that threaten food security and livelihoods. >> Read more

Ghana Agricultural News Digest – April 22, 2014.

Below are some current developments on Agriculture in Africa: Agricultural Issues Ghana to Become Self-sufficient in Rice by 2017 Mr Kofi Humado, Minister of Food and Agriculture has announced that government has allocated rice production targets to all regions in the country to become self-sufficient by 2017. He said Ghana had already become self-sufficient in >> Read more

Ghana Agricultural News Digest – April 14, 2014.

Below are some current developments on Agriculture in Africa: Agricultural Issues SADA scandal: Don’t pass premature judgment – Minister The Minister of State in-charge of Development Authorities at the Office of the President Dr Ahmed Mustapha says it is premature to pass judgement at officials of the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA). The 2012 Auditor >> Read more