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Project Guzakuza seeks to transform the mindsets of young women graduates to see farming as alternative career

Nana Amponsah
Posted January 3, 2015 from Ghana
Expired on March 4, 2015

It's time the youth know that the employment opportunities in this sector through its value chain is enormous. We equip 15 young women graduates with 6 months learning by doing training to become Agripreneurs.

We can't do this alone,we are looking for experts in the field of growing, processing, marketing, branding, Agricultural technology and basic knowledge from the farm to the plate. Kindly [email protected]

You can be involved to help make Agriculture an attractive business to curb graduate unemployment and food insecurity by becoming a mentor, facilitator, investor, partner or donor.

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Odion Anavhe
Mar 13, 2015
Mar 13, 2015

Nice work Nana. I am really interested in your work. I'll contact you by mail to see how I can get involved. Africa needs women like you.