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Upcoming Events

WOFAGRIC 2019

THEME: WOMEN! KEY PARTNERS IN SHAPING AGRIBUSINESS

DATE: 12TH – 13TH JUNE, 2019

FOR MORE INFO

0244623012 ALBERTA  ||  0507310407 YOKI  ||  0205514955 MICHAEL

OUR PROJECTS

AG-STUD AFRICA

AGSTUD AFRICA is a students’ boot camp that primarily brings students between the ages of 15-28 and experts in the agric value chain, to encourage, motivate, empower and assist them shape their thinking of agribusiness. It is also to identify leaders in the sector and support them to pursue and approach agric as a business.

WOFAGRIC & GISA

WOFAGRIC seeks to pay tribute to the efforts and contribution by women, young female ‘agripreneurs’ , female students and women with disabilities for their roles toward ensuring food security, poverty alleviation, employment creation and ultimately helping the economy.

what we do

Project Implementation and Management
Interventional Exhibitions
Trade Shows
Conference & Workshops
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Field demos
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Research and data collection
Conferences and Exhibitions
Training and Capacity building
People Impact Programs
Advocacy
Market linkages

OUR STORY

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 Mission

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

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 Approach

Our Approach

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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GOLD IN THE SOIL AWARDS RECEIVES FIFTY (50) NOMINATIONS

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...

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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.
We are grateful for the technical and financial support from our partners and look forward to a lasting working relationship.
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Location

Dzorwulu
DIGITAL ADDRESS:
GA-120-6228

Phone

+233  24  462  3012

Email

info@agrihousefoundation.com

Open Hours

Mon: 9am - 5pm
Tue: 9am - 5pm
Wed: 9am - 5pm
Thur: 9am - 5pm
Fri: 9am - 5pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

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