MEDA implemented a pilot to extend the growing season for women farmers with the ultimate goal of contributing towards improved food security for women and their families in Northwestern Ghana.
This case study examines GROW’s Women Sales Agent (WSA) model as one of several methodologies to achieve project goals of increased market linkages and sustainability for women farmers in the
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 with distinct needs and across
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 planting, harvesting and processing. In
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. Due to the inconsistency of