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Rice

Rice

The project will support lowland rice production..

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Cassava

Cassava

We are helping farmers to increase their harvests of healthy cassa..

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Fruits & Vegetables

Fruits & Vegetables

GASIP provides support to beneciaries in conceiving..

GASIP is currently supporting these four commodities; Rice, Cassava, Fruits & Vegetables, and Aquaculture. GASIP will go beyond
these selected commodities to include other commodity value chains that meet the following criteria:

- Proven tools that link smallholders into commercial value chains.
- Potential for climate change adaptation (e.g. their viability under climate change, their contribution to drivers of climate-related impacts, such as erosion that might cause problems and their ability to increase the resilience of the poorest and most vulnerable populations associated with the target value chain).


project team

Agribusiness and Value Chain Manager

Agribusiness and Value Chain Manager

Mr. Stephen Debre is a highly experienced private sector and SMEs expert in Ghana with...

National Infrastructure Manager

National Infrastructure Manager

Professional Profile:Ing. Chelteau Barajei holds a Master’s Degree in Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation (2007)...

Senior Accounts Officer

Senior Accounts Officer

Full Name: Samuel Yaw Adu-Boahen Position in GASIP: Senior Accounts Officer Professional Profile: Mr Adu-Boahen...

Secretary

Secretary

Personal ProfileCatherine Koblah has sixteen (16) years’ experience as a secretary, haven worked on a...

Secretary

Personal Profile
Catherine Koblah has sixteen (16) years’ experience as a secretary, haven worked on a number of Donor Funded Projects including European Union (EU), World Bank and Alliance for Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA). She gather these experiences from the Policy Planning Monitoring and Evaluation Directorate (PPMED) of MOFA, she also had the opportunity to be the secretary to a Hon. Minister, a Chief Director and six National Directors of MOFA during this years.

Catherine Koblah holds a first Degree in Business Administration (Management) from Zenith University College, a Private Secretary Certificate from NACVET. Certificate in Customer Care from Civil Service Training Centre. Certificate in Monitoring and Evaluation from Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).  ICT training on Ms. Word, Ms. Excel and Ms. Power point and the use of the internet from Atlantic Computer Training Institute, Accra. and Advance ICT training from Civil Service Training Centre.

GASIP

The Ghana Agricultural Sector Investment Programme (GASIP) aims at providing a framework and institutional basis for a long-term engagement and supplementary financing for scaling up investments in private sector-led pro-poor agricultural value chain development. Read more...

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