‘Disability Does Not Mean No Ability,’ YARA Applauds 17 Physically Challenged Women Farmers ahead of 4TH WOFAGRIC & Gold in the Soil Awards

The West African Regional Director of YARA, Mr. Danquah Addo-Yobo, has underscored the resilience and incredible achievements of the seventeen (17) women farmers with disabilities who have been nominated for ‘Gold in the Soil Awards,’ this year. He said while their...

Empowering Ghanaian Women to Realize their Economic Potentials— Global Affairs Canada

The High Commissioner of Canada to Ghana and Sierra Leone, Her Excellency Madam Kati Csaba, has noted that through the Feminist International Assistance Policy (FIAP), Global Affairs Canada is continuously empowering women and girls to promote peace, equity and social...

2nd Phase: 1 Household-1 Garden Initiative

The second phase of 1 Household-1 Garden Initiative is targeting households and schools interested to be part of a backyard – sized agricultural operation in 17 selected  districts in the Northern Region, North East and Upper West Regions.The purpose of this...

List of Award winners for 2022 Gold in the Soil Awards

Passion for Farm AwardEsi Akyere Esi Akyere is eyeing the Diamond in the Rough Award and she believes strongly that she going to win it. Her 50-acre farm consist of cocoa, plantain, palm nut, yam, cocoyam, rice, maize, coconut, tomatoes, groundnut, rubber, goat, sheep...

4th ‘Gold in the Soil Awards’ receives Significant Entries from Women Farmers with Disabilities

Executive Director of Agrihouse Foundation, Alberta Nana Akyaa Akosa Sarpong has noted that, this year’s Gold in the Soil Awards, has for the 1st time in four (4) years, received over 17 entries from women with disabilities, primarily from the Western and Western...

Change Your Poor Perceptions about Agric Students, 5th AG-STUD Campers Call on Teachers and Mates

Highlighting major challenges that face agribusiness students, some beneficiaries of this year’s 5th Agricultural Students Career Guidance and Mentorship Dialogue Bootcamp (AG-STUD-AFRICA) Bootcamp, have further used the opportunity to call on their teachers and...

AG-STUD Patron, Hon. Dr. Zanetor Agyeman- Rawlings Calls for Ambitious Steps to Establish Youth in Agriculture, Ahead of the 5th AG-STUD Bootcamp

The Patron of the annual Agricultural Students’ Career Guidance & Mentorship Dialogue-Bootcamp (AGSTUD Africa), Hon. Dr. Zanetor Agyeman- Rawlings, has reiterated the need for more policy directions that strategically feed into the committed efforts of young...

Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia to Mentor Agric Students and Beginner Agribusinesses

Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia His Excellency, the Vice President of the Republic of Ghana, Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumia will be hosting and leading an Agri-Ted mentorship session, with  seventy (70) agricultural students and beginner agribusinesses, as part of the...

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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.

Agribusiness is rising

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.

Our Vision

To remain a stronger positive force with a united voice, promoting agriculture through exhibitions, advocacy works, capacity building programs, community development programs, social impact programs, demonstrations, tours, community dance-drama, publications & write-ups, conferences, seminars, workshops, trade mission works and in all innovative ways.

We aim to remain committed to bettering ourselves and the future of Ghana’s agriculture through data-driven, research oriented, evidenced based and measurable approaches.

Our Mission

Agrihouse Foundation is committed to ensuring that our initiatives and every project we embark on influence have a socio-economic impact on the overall agricultural agenda.

Our Vision

Agrihouse Foundation is committed to ensuring that our initiatives influence the agricultural agenda.

team lead

Alberta Nana Akyaa Akosa is a strategic PR practitioner and Consultant with specialties in Public Relations, Government relations, Reputation Management, Corporate communications, media relations, issues and crisis management, digital, communications, training programs, and events management.

Alberta has over seventeen (17) years’ experience in the communications field, providing strategic direction, management overview and practical implementation advice on key clients’ accounts, government initiatives and programs.

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.

The diligent farmer plants trees, of which he himself will never see the fruit.

Advances in medicine and agriculture have saved vastly more lives than have been lost in all the wars in history.

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2nd Phase: 1 Household-1 Garden Initiative

2nd Phase: 1 Household-1 Garden Initiative

The second phase of 1 Household-1 Garden Initiative is targeting households and schools interested to be part of a backyard – sized agricultural operation in 17 selected  districts in the Northern Region, North East and Upper West Regions.The purpose of this...

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Agrihouse Foundation works with governments, government agencies, donor agencies, institutions, companies and other organisations to change the perception and consciously shape the conversation on agriculture.
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