Planting for Food and Jobs

Policy Dialogue – Beyond Slogans: Rethinking Ghana’s Agriculture – reflections on some key policies, and the way forward. Part 1

Many governments since 1957 have implemented many agricultural policies with the objective to boost Ghana’s agricultural sector. The current agricultural policy is Planting for Food and Jobs (PFJ) which is the government’s primary agriculture project for Ghana, and had huge hopes for the youth since its launch in 2017. The government of Ghana’s flagship project …

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Planting For Food and Jobs: Assessing the Impact of Phase I and the Fate of Phase II

The government’s primary agricultural campaign, Planting for Food and Jobs (PFJ) – which was launched on 19th April 2017 – has five (5) implementation elements. The first PFJ module (Crops) aims to support food security, the immediate marketability of chosen food crops, and the creation of jobs. The Planting for Food and Jobs (PFJ) project was …

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