Alidu Seidu, a dedicated farmer from Vugundaa in the Northern Region of Ghana has achieved remarkable success in maize farming by leveraging collaboration, innovation, and perseverance. Despite facing challenges such as unreliable water sources, lack of fencing, and unpredictable weather patterns, Alidu’s fortunes changed when Open Ghana’s Dry Season Garden initiative started. Recognizing the opportunity […]
In August, September and November respectively, OPEN GHANA successfully established 6 dry season gardens in different locations of Northern Ghana. An initiative meant to create an alternative livelihood for vulnerable groups especially women, youth and persons with disabilities to make a living during the dry season.
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 […]