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Components

GASIP’s goal is to contribute to sustainable poverty reduction in rural areas of Ghana and its dev...

The Programme has three components:

Component 1: Value Chain Development - is central to ensuring strong business linkages among actors in the entire value chains of commodities to ensure they meet market or consumer and industry demands. It has sub-components: Agribusiness linkage development and climate change resilience which needs to be mainstreamed in promoting value chains to reduce risks and enhance profitability and sustainable production systems.

Component 2: Rural Value Chain Infrastructure - aimed at providing the enabling infrastructure to catalyze value chain development. It has two sub-components: (i) Productive Infrastructure facilities and implements such as tractors, power tillers, threshers, rice mills, and multi-crop harvesters, aimed at encouraging investments in commercial infrastructure and facilities for the selected value chains; and (ii) Enabling Public Infrastructure – aimed at financing enabling public infrastructure such as feeder roads / farm-tracks, small scale irrigation schemes, warehouses, packhouses, drying floors, and bonding of rice fields to support the growth and viability of selected value chains.

Component 3: Knowledge Management, Policy Support and Coordination - aimed at harnessing successful lessons for replication and providing an enabling environment for optimization of programme opportunities and benefits. The Knowledge Management, Harmonization and Policy Support sub-component also aims at creating an enabling environment for smallholders to participate in profitable and climate change resilient agricultural value chains and Coordination, Monitoring and Evaluation of the Programme.

Government Urged to Design Policies to Improve Agric

13 September 2019
Government Urged to Design Policies to Improve Agric

Government has been urged to design national strategies and formulate policies for farmers to enable them adopt conservative agricultural practices, which are climate resilient. Madam Jocelyn G. Brown Hall, the...

Smallholder Farmers in Amanchia Trained in Conservation Agriculture

13 September 2019
 Smallholder Farmers in Amanchia Trained in Conservation Agriculture

  The Ghana Agricultural Sector Investment Programme (GASIP) has held a five-day training programme for smallholder farmers on sustainable farming through the adoption of conservation agriculture at Amanchia in the...

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