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GHANA FEDERATION OF FOREST AND FARM PRODUCERS CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Consultancy to Facilitate National Dialogue Series to Promote Forest and Farm Producer Organisations influence on Policy, Access to Finance and Access to Markets.  Expected Duration of the Consultancy: 6 months Deadline for Applications: 31st July, 2020 Expected Start date of the Assignment: 7th

The Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana (PFAG), SEND GHANA, the International Budget Partnership (IBP), the Voice for Change Partnership Program, GROW partners and like-minded CSOs are proposing the reliance of Agriculture as the tool for reviving Ghana’s economy after COVID-19. Since the onset of the COVID-19, Ghana has not only been in a health crisis

Updated: Dec 20, 2018 –  The Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana (PFAG), wish to congratulate our indomitable farmers on the 34th National Farmers Day Celebration. Smallholder farmers work under difficult conditions to provide food and raw material for domestic consumption and export in the midst of escalating constraints. The Association is particularly grateful to women smallholder

The Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana, a farmer based Civil Society Organisation, will hold its 2019 Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at Fijai in the Western Region of Ghana. The meeting will be preceded by two-day training of farmer leaders in Budget Analysis and Tracking, and Advocacy. The agenda for the meeting is

The Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana (PFAG) on the occasion of the 35th Farmers’ Day Celebration wishes to once more commend the government of Ghana for setting aside a day to appreciate the contribution of farmers to the growth and development of the country. As the nation celebrates its 35thedition of farmers day under the

The efforts to impose Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) on Ghanaian farmers and consumers came to an end on 14th January 2020 when Ghana government through the Minister of Food and Agriculture (Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto) indicated that, the nation has capable scientists who could use traditional breeding methods to produce high yielding varieties and disease

The efforts to impose Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) on Ghanaian farmers and consumers came to an end on 14th January 2020 when Ghana government through the Minister of Food and Agriculture (Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto) indicated that, the nation has capable scientists who could use traditional breeding methods to produce high yielding varieties and disease

Date Issued: December 05,2019 The Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana (PFAG) on the occasion of the 35th Farmers’ Day Celebration wishes to once more commend the government of Ghana for setting aside a day to appreciate the contribution of farmers to the growth and development of the country. As the nation celebrates its 35thedition of

Date Issued: October 17,2019 – The Executive Director of Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana, madam Victoria Adongo speaks at this year’s “The Fight for the Future of Food” event next Wednesday, 23 October at Cowell Hall in the United States of America. Madam Adongo’s presentation will focus on how to deal with challenges confronting African

Small holder farmers in several communities in the Kassena Nankana Municipal Assembly of the Upper East Region are decrying the absence of post-harvest loss management facilities to address food security issues in the area. According to the farmers, limited access to extension officers coupled with no storage facilities, absence of farming machinery and bad roads