Ghana agriculture projects to get $100-million from World Bank

Ghana’s agricultural industry will receive $100 million from the World Bank this year to fund projects aimed at boosting production in the West African nation. The money, which may be handed out in July, will be used for road-building in farming communities, irrigation projects and farm equipment, said Gladys Ghartey, director of the World Bank unit at the Accra-based Finance Ministry. Read more here.


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