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Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana

The Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana (PFAG), is the apex Farmer-Based Non-Governmental Organization in Ghana with the mandate to advocate for pro poor agriculture and trade policies and other issues that affects the livelihoods of small holder farmers.

Our Main Activities Include:

  • Capacity Building
  • Knowledge management
  • Partnership Building
  • Business Development
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Work We Have Done

Our recent projects

OSIWA Project

Agro-Ecology as Sustainable Farming and Participation of Smallholder Farmers in Agricultural Governance in Ghana.

OXFAM Project

Food Security and Good Agricultural Governance in Ghana

Voice for Change Project

Contribute to Eliminating Hunger, Food Insecurity and Malnutrition.

OSIWA II Project

Accountable and Responsive Small-scale Agricultural governance in Ghana

BUSAC Project

Cattle Ranching Law for Peaceful Co-Existence Between Crop Farmers and Cattle Herders

Trust Africa Project

Strengthening Smallholder Voices and Participation in Agricultural Decision Making

AGRA Project

FAO Project

OXFAM II Project

SPARK Project

The Rice Plethora

Rice farmers who belong to the Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana (PFAG) in the five regions of the north have appealed to the government to put in place mechanisms to ensure that local rice farmers are consulted in the move to resolve issues concerning local rice production and marketing. Rice farmers are confronted with lack of access to combine harvesters, lack of storage and exploitation by traders. Ghanaian farmers have proven their ability to produce enough rice to meet domestic consumption. This is manifested by the drastic increase in rice production in 2019 of which greater quantities were destroyed due to lack of harvesting equipment and guaranteed market Unfortunately, only 34 per cent of Ghanaians consume Ghana rice, while 680, 000 tonnes of rice costing $500 million is imported annually.

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