Commodity Enterprise Development

CAOF STARTS AN ORGANIC FARM

Beans on the farm

The coalition has obtained a five acre land at Gweo in the North East Region of Ghana and has started an organic farm. The farm is currently producing three commodities for the rainy season. These commodities include maize, beans and pepper. The farm is expected to serve as an internal funding source for the coalition…

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CAOF Trains Market Women on Market Information Dissemination

The coalition for the Advancement of organic farming with funding from Christian Aid has trained some market women in Bolgatanga on how to disseminate market information to farmers and consumers to help improve market access and to provide the farmers the relevant market information needed for production. The two day training was held for fifteen…

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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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