We are setting out on several outreaches this year. Things are being put in place to embark on the theme, ”BUILDING A GREEN REVOLUTION”…
Young people studying agriculture have a crucial role to play in making sure we have the scientific knowledge and the technology to provide the farming methods to bring about better food security for the future. There needs to be more investment in new sciences, and relevant education.
The KNUST chapter of our organisation got inaugurated on Saturday, 31st March 2012 at the Agric Faculty Lecture Theatre. The chapter is a group of enthusiastic people who love to learn and develop their business acumen. Our meetings attract interested students & industry experts to learn and share ideas at[...]Read More »
Agric sector stakeholders are demanding that educational authorities discontinue the use of weeding as a form of punishment in schools. According to them, the use of weeding and school farm work as a form of punishment for misbehavior discourages students from pursuing future careers in agriculture. They note that this[...]Read More »
The Agro Mindset Organisation, to accomplish its fundamental goal of supporting other organisations and individuals who share our vision for a more sustainable system and the power of international information exchange, welcomes a formal network active in providing support at different levels in order to aid coordination and the effectiveness[...]Read More »
Ghana is an agrarian country whose economy is driven expansively by agricultural activity, but the lingering failure by authorities to prioritise agro-based educational and skill acquiring programs is heartbreaking. The study of agriculture-related programs is not adequately put on the front burner. The Agro Mindset Organisation is a human resource[...]Read More »
Industry professionals have urged African youths to turn their attention toward developing the agricultural sector so as too benefit from the undiscovered potential of the agribusiness sector. Speaking at the Vodafone African Business Leaders Forum, Kojo Yankah, chief consultant, Yankah & Associates, Yankah, said “whether we like it or not,[...]Read More »