Something that Can’t be Quantified

This is the second in a five-part series about 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 Nancy Ayesua Outu, ECASARD financial director, explaining why her work to promote agricultural innovations that are affordable, environmentally sustainable, socially just, and culturally acceptable in Ghana is so valuable.  “When you have built capacity for farmers and you can see their lives improving, it’s something that you can’t quantify or measure,” she says.

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