Is Ghana food self-sufficient, again?
F-BRIDGE continue Working with smallholder farmers to ensure national self sufficiency in rice production in Ghana. Our business development team at Headquarters today again visited F-BRIDGE Rice production hub in the Northern part of Ghana to critically lookout for situations and add their voices to the called by Ghanaian to buy made in Ghana rice .
Ghanaian are fighting an addiction: import of food items, which happens at the cost of domestic farmers. Despite the unprecedented import volumes, the citizens face famine and extreme food insecurity.
Ghana has started taking definitive steps to become self-sufficient in food especially in the rice value chain, but the transition could be counter-productive if it is not backed by investments in agricultural infrastructure and measures to improve storage and Marketing opportunity for the smallholder farmers in rice production in the country.
FootsPrints Bridge International ( F-BRIDGE) our commitment to make changes in the way we manage our agricultural products, protect health and secure livelihoods and economic security for all. We believe strongly that we can and must do things differently. Our aim is to bring you sustainable businesses with income generations, perspectives and knowledge to prepare you to change the world.
We believe information is a powerful driver for the new tomorrow. Now we encourage you all to Buy made in Ghana locally produced in agriculture.
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