In Ghana, policymakers want to improve the agricultural sector, but first they must identify and implement the correct policy reforms to achieve that goal.
Final Report: Feed The Future Ghana Agriculture Policy Support Project.
Project Report | November 16, 2018
While Ghana’s agriculture sector has enormous potential, the modernization of farming requires policies and programs that support effective and efficient functioning of production systems and agricultural markets. To address these challenges, USAID launched the Feed the Future Agriculture Policy Support Project.
While Ghana has experienced much needed growth and development in the agriculture sector, the Ghanaian government has identified many opportunities to address remaining challenges to unlock its full economic potential. To address these challenges, the U.S. government launched the five-year, $15 million Feed the Future Agriculture Policy Support Project in 201, which increased the capacity of the Ghanaian government, the private sector, and civil society organizations (CSOs) to implement evidence-based policy formation, application, research, and advocacy and perform rigorous monitoring and evaluation of agricultural programs fulfilled for Medium-Term Agricultural Sector Investment Plan.