In view of this, long-term stewardship of both natural and human resources is of equal importance to short-term economic gain. Care of human resources includes consideration of social responsibilities such as working and living conditions of labourers, the needs of rural communities, and consumer health and safety both in the present and the future.

Taking care of land and natural resources involves maintaining or enhancing the quality of these resources and using them in ways that allow them to be regenerated for the future. Sustainability considerations must also address concerns about animal welfare in farm enterprises that include livestock.




Youth Enterprises Incubation - Agribusiness Component.

Our Green Agriculture projects have provided skills development and support for youth to set up agribusiness enterprises in the crop, livestock, and aquaculture.
Our projects have also supported smallholder/women farmers in rural parts of Ghana.
Areas of focus include climate-change adaptability, Sustainable agricultural practices, Basic value addition, etc.
We have also provided business skills training and mentoring (Using the GmBS Models).

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Aims to provide current and prospective agric-preneurs, and farm managers with alternative study models for farm set-up and management.

It provides a training center for skills training in:
Climate-change adaptability in agriculture for small-holder farmers.
Sustainable agricultural practices training
Incubation of youth enterprises in:

Agricultural mechanization solutions to minimize resource wastage and increase productivity

Value addition to agricultural produce to prevent post-harvest losses

Application of technology to drive /support the agriculture value chain

Innovative & Inclusive business models that address challenges involved in farm–fork value chains.

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