This is the third in an eight-part series on my visit with the Ecumenical Association for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development and the projects they support in southern Ghana.
Check out this video of Stephen Amoah, ECASARD programs officer explaining why he enjoys working with ECASARD. Amoah started out as a volunteer but is now a full time employee. He says, “it’s a joy to hear someone say that because of our training they’ve increased their yield.” Amoah knows that by helping farmers form cooperatives and access agriculture training, he is “really helping the family and community to reduce hunger and poverty” for themselves.
- ECASARD on a Visit from Nourishing the Planet
- Something that Can’t be Quantified
- Innovation of the Week: Reducing Wastewater Contamination Starts with a Conversation
- Working with the Root
- Malawi’s Real “Miracle”
- Africa needs “A Real Green Revolution”
- Tell Us What is Missing!
- Innovation of the Week: School Feeding Programs Improve Livelihoods, Diets, and Local Economies