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2014 Monitoring Report for Ghana School Farms Project Kindly click the link above to open to the Monitoring Report Document. Thanks. … Visit us on Google+ … Google+
Topic: “Promoting access and availability of food in Senior High Schools in Ghana through the adoption of School Farms.” Sub Topic: Creating avenues that promotes the sustainability of the school farms. Official Hashtag: #GHSchFarms Twitter Handle: @GHSchoolFarms Date: 30th & 31st January, 2015 Time: 15:00GMT – 18:00GMT Join using #GHSchFarms to share your views About… Read More School Farms for Food Security TweetChat
Ghana School Farms Project‘s Coordinator Mr. Ferguson Wak was in the Northern Regions to monitor our projects. The results are great. Just as it was agreed, 70% of the produce will be used to feed the students in those schools we visited. 20% of the produce would be sold to an identified market and the… Read More It’s Bumper Harvest in Savelugu Senior High School
The Ghana School Farms Project was piloted in the Northern Regions of Ghana and provides an innovative, entrepreneurial and sustainable means to achieving food security, education and employment goals. The project is a stakeholder Project between the school, the local Ministry of Food and Agriculture, local government representative and the local traditional head. The schools… Read More Ghana School Farms Project Success Story
Lassia-Tuolu Senior High School was established in 1995 by the Catholic Missionaries and handed over to the government of Ghana under the supervision of the Ghana Education Service in 1997. The school according to a news article by ghanaweb; described the school as a very deprived school in the Wa West District of the Upper… Read More “Operation Feed your School”-Lassia-Tuolu Senior High School
Young People share their views There has been growing concerns about the dilapidated state of the three Northern regions of Ghana despite the “pour” of many grants, financial assistance and technical know-how to mitigate the socio-economic challenges experienced in these regions. The three Northern regions of Ghana are Upper East, Upper West and Northern… Read More “Why so many Investments, but little Impact” –Lessons from Northern Regions of Ghana
Tuesday 22nd July, team members were ready to work on field around 8a.m. By God’s grace, the tractor was there and we successfully ploughed the land. After ploughing, the ministry of Agriculture recommended purchasing of seeds, weedicide, fertilizers and other chemicals needed to aid in the success of the farm. Around 12 noon,… Read More Savelugu District Project Report, Day 3.