Canada’s high commission in Ghana commits US$430,000 to support women agribusiness

Canada’s high commission in Ghana commits US$430,000 to support women agribusiness

GHANA – The High Commission of Canada in Ghana has committed US$43,000 (about GH¢2.5 million) towards efforts to enhance the progress of Ghanaian women in agribusiness. According to a statement from the Canadian High Commission, the support is in line with its Feminist International Assistance Policy (FIAP), which seeks to empower women to eradicate poverty and build a more peaceful, more inclusive and more prosperous world. “Working with Ghana’s Women in Agriculture Development (WIAD) Directorate of MOFA as well as with decentralized departments of agriculture throughout the country, the support…

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