Time plays a major role in agriculture – climate change is exacerbating the time factor. What does this mean for our project in northern Ghana? And what can we do?
The Chereponi Farming Project started a new expansion phase at the beginning of March. Despite challenges, the first important milestone has been reached. Now it is time to wait for the rain. more…
According to a UNICEF study, 2.2 billion people worldwide do not have regular access to clean water. Around 785 million people do not even have a basic supply of drinking water. People in rural areas are particularly affected. Today’s International Water Day draws attention to this.
Together with our partner organization Farming Development Organization and 400 farmers, we are starting the next phase of the Chereponi Farming Project. The project implements sustainability where it is needed – at the top of the field.
Inusah Ibrahim, Gonga Yahaya, Ramatu Ibrahim, Sharatu Muntala, Bibata Yussif, Aisha Munkaila, Kande Mohammed. These are seven participants of the Chereponi Farming Project. And this is their story.
The success of the Anoshe Women Project raised the interest of many farmer families in the surrounding areas. At their request we just startet a new project in the Chereponi District, Ghana.