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CAOF through its member organizations train farmers on composting

s working with the Ghana Grows Organic project in order to create a “strengthened and vibrant movement of organic producers and consumers promoting Ghanaian organic products nationally and internationally.” The organisations under CAOF have been working with their farmers, training and educating them on the benefits of organic farming both in terms of income sustainability…

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Sack bag technology of farming introduced to farmers

Introduction In our efforts to promote organic farming in Ghana, the Coalition for the Advancement of Organic Farming (CAOF) with the support of Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) Ghana and Christian Aid Ghana seeks to develop the vegetables value chains in Ghana. VSO Ghana under its livelihoods works stream has been partnering with Christian Aid and…

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Demonstration of dry season organic farming in Beo Tankoo

The people of Beo Tankoo and Beo Nayire both in the Bongo District of the Upper East Region of Ghana have undergone some Good Organic Agricultural Farming Practices and how to grow organic crops in the dry season. These smallholder farmers had a project that dug two wells and mechanized them for dry season farming…

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CAOF smallholder farmers trained on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Practices

The Coalition through its member organizations with the support of Christian Aid has trained over 3,500 small holders on how to use Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Practices to control pest on their farms. Farmers were drawn from various communities in the Northern and Upper East Regions of Ghana. Project officers from various member organizations used…

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