The Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA) in collaboration with USAID organized a stakeholders’ validation workshop in Accra. It was to discuss the Annual Report on the New Alliance Co-operative Framework Agreement that aims for the improvement of food security and nutrition in the country.
Participants are to judge progress on commitments of various stakeholders made up of government, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), development partners and civil society towards growing agricultural investment in Ghana.
Knowledge Support System West Africa, Regional Strategic Analysis and Africa Lead are also supporting to host the workshop.
The Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA) in association with USAID is hosting the meeting which would afford participants the opportunity to discuss on the next steps to be taken to unite successes achieved and make improvements where needed to improve food and nutrition security.
The Director of Policy, Planning and Budget Directorate at MOFA, Mr Daniel Ohemeng-Boateng, explained while representing the Sector Minister that the different stakeholders made commitments in 2012 under the New Alliance and Grow Africa Initiative on what each unit would do to guarantee food sustainability in the area of seed for planting also to access to land and the implementation of best agricultural practices.
Mr Daniel Ohemeng-Boateng said so far all the various actors had carried out programs and activities as part of their commitments towards the New Alliance that follows the new model for development that maintain country-driven approach to development.
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