ASNAPPAgribusiness in Sustainable Natural African Plant Products
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At the unveiling of the EOpAct in Ghanas Accra that around 30% of Africas net domestic product comes from agriculture and 70% of the complete African population depends on the field for their livelihood, said Dan Acquaye, executive director for ASNAPP.
Based in Livingstone, CETZAM has partnered with ASNAPP and has provided loans to four of the 24 groups of farmers working with ASNAPP who engage in joint farming activities.
The groups are provided with technical advice by ASNAPP on climatic issues, crop varieties and farming techniques, all based on scientific research.
Rutgers University joined the ASNAPP team to train CASH farmers in business skills and entrepreneurship.
ASNAPP endorsed the training program along the financial backing from Skills Development Fund (SDF), consisting topics from farming as a business, entrepreneurship and techniques in greenhouse production.