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GASIP’s goal is to contribute to sustainable poverty reduction in rural areas of Ghana and its dev...

Statement by the National Programme Cordinator – Mr. Klutse Kudomor

Chief Director, Representatives of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), National Directors of the Ministry of Food & Agriculture (MoFA), Directors of Regional and District Agriculture Departments, Partnering Value Chain Drivers (VCDs), Smallholder Farmer Organization Leads, the Media, Colleagues, Ladies and Gentlemen.

It is an honour to have you join us in our first stakeholder encounter under the theme:

“Consolidating the Gains in Strengthening Smallholder Farmer Organizations’’. Thank you for coming, and for those of you joining online, thank you for your participation.

Mr. Chairman, as you are aware, the Ghana Agricultural Sector Investment Program, GASIP is currently being financed by an IFAD loan of 36 million USD and Adaptation for Smallholder Agriculture Program (ASAP) grant of 10 million USD. The Programme is being implemented by the Ministry of Food and Agriculture.

The goal and objective of GASIP is to sustainably reduce poverty in rural Ghana by increasing profitability and resilience to climate change of Agribusinesses & Smallholder Farmers.

GASIP became effective in 2015 and was expected to close by June 2021. However, the Programme is being considered for Extension so as to complete outstanding activities.


When it comes to money, paying yourself first is number one rule. By paying yourself first, you are ensuring money goes towards your savings or retirement fund before anything else.

After harvesting and selling, you are to pay yourself first. You can open a special account and deposit between 10 - 20% of the season’s revenue in. Farmers are expected to discipline themself not to take it. This is a way of saying thank you to yourself.

Government Urged to Design Policies to Improve Agric

13 September 2019
Government Urged to Design Policies to Improve Agric

Government has been urged to design national strategies and formulate policies for farmers to enable them adopt conservative agricultural practices, which are climate resilient. Madam Jocelyn G. Brown Hall, the...

Smallholder Farmers in Amanchia Trained in Conservation Agriculture

13 September 2019
 Smallholder Farmers in Amanchia Trained in Conservation Agriculture

  The Ghana Agricultural Sector Investment Programme (GASIP) has held a five-day training programme for smallholder farmers on sustainable farming through the adoption of conservation agriculture at Amanchia in the...

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