Canada Reiterates Commitment to Ghanaian Women in Agriculture at 3rd WOFAGRIC

The Deputy Director, Program Planning, at the Canadian High Commission, Corey Huntington, has reiterated Canadaโ€™s commitment towards empowering women in agriculture in Ghana. She said it is the reason Canada continues to support WOFAGRIC and Gold in the Soil Awards...

YARA Reiterates the Need for Knowledge Sharing at 3rd WOFAGRIC

The role of training, mentorship, and knowledge sharing among agriculturists is integral. These efforts lead to holistic mental and technical capacity building among actors, leading to higher productivity within the agric value chain. The thoughts were...

3rd WOFAGRIC Launch Centre Stage Stories of Women in Agric

The recent launch of the 3rd Women in Food and Agriculture Leadership Training Forum & The Gold in the Soil Awards, brought together guests and dignitaries, who like Agrihouse Foundation, have the agricultural sector at heart, and want to see it flourish in...

3rd WOFAGRIC and Gold in the Soil Awards Receives 131 Nominations

The third (3rd) edition of Women in Food and Agricultural Leadership Training Forum (WOFAGRIC) And Gold in The Soil Awards, powered by Agrihouse Foundation, has received 131 nominations of deserving women farmers and agribusinesses. The event is set to take place from...

WOFAGRIC OPENS TODAY

About 500 women have registered to participate in the maiden edition of the Women in Food and Agricultural Leadership Forum & Expo (WOFAGRIC) and Gold in the Soil Awards, scheduled to begin from 12th โ€“ 13th of June, 2019, at Chances Hotel, Ho, Volta Region. This...

GOLD IN THE SOIL AWARDS RECEIVES FIFTY (50) NOMINATIONS

The award component of the first ever Women in Food and Agriculture Leadership Forum and Expo, dubbed Gold in the soil awards has received fifty (50) applications since nominations opened . Billed under the theme: Women! Key Partners in Shaping Agribusiness, The two...

AGRISHOW 2019: MOFA / GIPC TOUTS GHANAโ€™S POTENTIAL TO THE WORLD IN BRAZIL

โ€œHe who craves greatness must consider the path trodden by the great.โ€ This apt aphorism mirrors increased attempts by government to actively partner other nations, particularly those who are standout agric powerhouses. Today, globalization has opened a window of...

AGRIHOUSE FOUNDATION AND MOFA LEAD DELEGATION TO AGRISHOW IN BRAZIL

Agrihouse Foundation and the Ministry of Food and Agriculture are currently in Ribeirao, Brazil with a strong Ghanaian contingent to participate in the 26th edition of Agrishow. A 17-Memner Delegation, led by the Deputy Minister for Food and Agriculture, Hon. Sagre...

PLANTING FOR EXPORT AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT (PERD): A PERSPECTIVE

Annually the value of imported food into the country stands at a whopping US $2.4 billion. Key products that are imported are frozen chicken, meat, and rice, tomato paste, cooking oil, sugar and sorghum.  โ€œAt US$2.4 billion, the cost of food imports is about a...

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The desire to create a focused platform, dedicated to increase innovation, communication, advocacy and initiate high impactful agric projects that cut across all sex and acts: men, women, students, farmers, governments, etc, led to the establishment of Agrihouse Foundation and its sister company- Agrihouse Communications.

Agrihouse Foundation is passionate about Agriculture and wants to see Agriculture rise and work. With a combined effort and experience spanning over 30 years, the team at Agrihouse foundation is passionate about positioning and shaping the conversation on agriculture through smart thinking, effective communication and impactful Agric-friendly projects.

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A non-governmental agricultural capacity building, innovation and project management organization with a special focus on changing the perception of and consciously shaping the conversation on agriculture through the pomotions of people-impact programs.

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He that would look with contempt on the pursuits of the farmer is not worthy the name of a man.

He that would look with contempt on the pursuits of the farmer is not worthy the name of a man.

Cultivators of the earth are the most virtuous and independent citizens

Agriculture not only gives riches to a nation, but the only riches she can call her own.

Agriculture is best, enterprise is acceptable, but avoid being on a fixed wage.

Trade increases the wealth and glory of a country; but its real strength and stamina are to be looked for among the cultivators of the land.

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3rd WOFAGRIC Launch Centre Stage Stories of Women in Agric

3rd WOFAGRIC Launch Centre Stage Stories of Women in Agric

The recent launch of the 3rd Women in Food and Agriculture Leadership Training Forum & The Gold in the Soil Awards, brought together guests and dignitaries, who like Agrihouse Foundation, have the agricultural sector at heart, and want to see it flourish in...

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