How did the Greater Rural Opportunities for Women (GROW) project reach over 23,000 smallholder farmers in northern Ghana and achieve impact? This case study describes the project’s multifaceted approach to poverty reduction, which combined adaptive management and a comprehensive communications strategy to work toward poverty alleviation at scale.
Increasing Women Farmers’ Access to Financial Services The GROW project used a combination of formal and informal financial services to meet the needs of clients
Women in northern Ghana have limited access to agricultural technology and are forced to do most of their farming activities manually, from clearing land to
Most of the population in Ghana’s Upper West farm maize and soybeans, and farming is the primary economic activity for the women in the region.