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Why Ghana’s agricultural growth has slowed down

Why Ghana's agricultural growth has slowed down
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GFAR 14 November 2016

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Ghana is faced with a harsh reality: a decline in agricultural productivity continues to threaten the economic development of the country.Inadequate finances, climate change, poor pricing and marketing incentives, inadequate agricultural extension agents, pest and diseases and a lack of access to fertilizers are all contributing to the declining fortunes of the sector. David Asare Asiamah (Founder and CEO, AgroMindset) and Emmanuel Tokunbo Darko (CEO, Babaoo Foods Limited) explain some of the challenges that have stalled the growth of agricultural productivity in Ghana.


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