Zuuri Organic Vegetable Farmers Association has teamed up with stakeholders to empower women by improving their participation in active agriculture. ZOVFA aimed to strengthen the women status so they can meaningfully contribute to their community development.
Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice, commonly dubbed as CHRAJ, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, National Commission for Civic Education are the notable stakeholders. The organization will back the district gender activist teams to develop strategies to improve the women’s situation.
ZOVFA director, Mr. Philip Ayamba, briefed about the NGO’s latest decisions and plans during a meeting at Bawku, funded the Food and Agriculture Organization. He further detailed that MOFA, CHRAJ, and NCCE will work on district-level awareness regarding civic rights of women, kids and disable persons.
ZOVFA Association also wanted to create an environment-friendly society for women development. It anticipated improving women farmers’ livelihoods and their knowledge in advocacy and business development. Mr. Ayamba said that women participation will enhance the production and marketing of agricultural products.
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