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PROJECTS: Africa

SMALLHOLDER WOMEN FARMERS PROJECT

LOCATION: Nothern Ghana

PARTNERS: CARE Canada, Global Affairs Canada

TERM: 4 Years (Complete)

PERSONS AFFECTED: 50 producer groups, consisting of 3,554 women and girls

Program:

Supporting smallholder women farmers in Northern Ghana, specifically the districts of Garu Tempane and East Mamprusi, through the acquisition of locally-made milling machines for improving cowpea and soybean post-harvest management and crop quality. This will reduce the time and work burden, allowing farmers to engage in other income-generating activities while improving the socio-economic status of women.

YOUTH VOCATIONAL TRAINING PROJECT

WOMENS VILLAGE SAVING AND INTERNAL LENDING PROJECT

SMALLHOLDER WOMEN FARMERS PROJECT

YOUTH ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT PROJECT

SUSTAINABLE COTTON PRODUCTION PROJECT

INCLUSIVE EDUCATION PROJECT

USTOP PROJECT