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Global Food Security Strategy (GFSS) Ghana Country Plan

The Global Food Security Strategy Country Plan for Ghana was co-written by the United States Government (USG) interagency involved in food security and nutrition work through Feed the Future. The GFSS Country Plan serves as an overarching framework for integrated food security and nutrition programming. The plan is intended to…

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Women in Ghana Make Magic with Moringa

Until recently, Nuhu Mariama of Dorimon, Ghana, had only used moringa leaves sparingly in her cooking. Like many people in rural communities, she didn’t know about the potential of this “magic tree.” That changed when Mariama learned about moringa’s medicinal, cosmetic and nutritional benefits from a Feed the Future training,…



Ghana Feed the Future Baseline Report

This Feed the Future zone of influence baseline report (pdf, 7.82mb) for Ghana draws on data from primary and secondary sources to establish baseline values for tracking progress on a set of standard indicators in the geographic zone of influence. 


Blacksmiths in Ghana Test New Skills in the Thresher Market

For blacksmiths in Ghana, the need for small-scale threshers is an opportunity to tap into a valuable local market. With skills gained from a Soybean Innovation Lab training, a group of blacksmiths is gaining the skills they need to not only grow their businesses, but fill an important need for farmers in their communities.


Borlaug Fellow Tackles Post-Harvest Loss in Ghana


In the developing world, nearly 30 percent of crops are lost before reaching consumers. Working with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Borlaug Fellow and researcher Issah Sugri is increasing his knowledge about effective, low-cost storage technologies and practices—knowledge he now shares with farmers and extension agents in Ghana


Students Help Students LearnState-of-the-Art Science

To promote horticultural science, an innovative program is pairing U.S. graduate students with organizations engaged with local farmers in developing countries, turning students into experts and laying the groundwork for for locally led research that can make an impact for smallholders.