Nana Amponsah

Joined Sep 2014
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Support African Women in Agribusiness With Me

What I'm Leading

Ignite is a call to wake up young women between the ages of 18 to 35 years to see Agriculture as a business. It also targets major stakeholders like government,local and international agencies to support these bold women who are challenging the status quo by going against mainstream white color jobs to feed the world.ignite trains,provides mentors,coaches and funding opportunities to young women agripreneurs on the programme.

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Who I'm Impacting

We are impacting young women between 18 to 35 years.

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About Me

Nana Adjoa A. Sifa is a Ghanaian Agripreneur who believes that agribusiness is the only economic sector that can address the most pressing problems facing the world such as unemployment, food insecurity, poverty, hunger and malnutrition. To help this dream become reality, this young Ghanaian initiated Guzakuza – a regional, social enterprise committed to raising bold young women Agribusiness Entrepreneurs. Nana Adjoa is also the co-founder of Yo!Gate Foods.
She is a Global shaper of the World Economic Forum, British Councils’ Active Citizen, a fellow at the New York University’s GWSLP and a proud Kanthari. She is also a member of the Association for Women’s Rights in Development, World Pulse and Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs.
Nana is a regular speaker at higher level panel meetings which include the 2017 G20 conference in Germany, African Union’s Gender Empowerment, Ethiopia, AU-EU Investing in a Food Secure Future,The Netherlands. Her work has attracted recognition across board.

My Vision

Nana's dream is to raise wealthy young women Agripreneurs who will power Africa's economy and grow healthy foods.

Needs

Strategic Partnership.

Abilities

Peer mentoring and networking.

Interests

Economic PowerEducation EqualityWomen and the EnvironmentEmpowering GirlsHuman Rights for WomenWomen in LeadershipWomen in Technology

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