Ghana benefits from food security package

A new food security package has been introduced in Ghana as a means to upgrade the country’s present capacity and training to ensure food security is long-term and sustainable. The aim of the security package is to train key players in agricultural development and in doing so deepen the understanding of country compacts and investment. It is a positive departure from traditional food security packages that focus on delivering resources to incapacitated players in agriculture. The deepening of training will benefit small-scale farmers as it allows them to participate significantly in the agriculture process that they drive but also benefit from. In the long run, farmers could even be the voice of policy in the policy-making process. Read more here.


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