Over 300 women to benefit from Dry season farming.

Over 300 women in the northern, north east, upper west, upper east and north east regions will be empowered though a sustainable business modules for vegetable cropping to enhance to enhance their yields by using improved seed varieties for their crops. The 18 month project which was launched by OPEN GHANA in partnership with the UNDP, EU and ISGAP will help small holding farmers acquire knowledge on the various on the various climate smart mitigation approaches across the 4 regions in the northern part of the country.

The Executive Director of OPEN GHANA, Isaac Kombat Naanpunkin said that the dry season farming project will create an alternative livelihood for vulnerable groups especially women youth and persons with disabilities to make a living during the dry season. This project was launched in June,2022.