CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE CONSEQUENCE FOR AGRICULTURE

CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE CONSEQUENCE FOR AGRICULTURE

Since time immemorial, hunger has managed to stay in vogue despite the colossal benefit of agriculture. Despite plentiful harvest that is often recorded around the world, a myriad of factors have ensured that a significant number of people worldwide have hunger...
BREAKING THE ‘GRASS CEILING’: EMPOWERING WOMEN FARMERS

BREAKING THE ‘GRASS CEILING’: EMPOWERING WOMEN FARMERS

The importance of women to agriculture is well documented. In Ghana, there is a stockpile of academic and media articles consistently pointing to the need for more practical support for them. In a recent submission, Dr Heather Cameron, the Canadian High Commissioner...
AGRIC STUDENTS CAREER GUIDANCE AND MENTORSHIP DIALOGUE

AGRIC STUDENTS CAREER GUIDANCE AND MENTORSHIP DIALOGUE

THURSDAY 21ST FEBRUARY – SATURDAY 23RD FEBRUARY, 2019 GNAT HALL, NUNGUA ESTATE Being in its second year, The Agric students career and mentorship dialogue presents an opportunity to gain good knowledge and experience the worth of Agriculture in a more dynamic,...
2ND AG-STUD AFRICA BOOT CAMP SLATED FOR FEBRUARY 21, 2019

2ND AG-STUD AFRICA BOOT CAMP SLATED FOR FEBRUARY 21, 2019

The second edition of the Agricultural Students Career Guidance and Mentorship Dialogue Boot Camp (AG-STUD Africa 2019) is scheduled to come off on Thursday February 21, 2019 – Saturday, February 23, 2019. Under the theme, “Growing Futures: Enabling the Agri Youth”,...
POSITIVE EARLY SIGN’S FOR PLANTING FOR FOOD AND JOBS

POSITIVE EARLY SIGN’S FOR PLANTING FOR FOOD AND JOBS

It’s only a few days into the New Year and there is positive news for agriculture! I am particularly pleased because despite agriculture’s far-reaching impact on society and the development of the nation, we have not come to terms with the need to celebrate an...