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Ghana- Why OIL PALM?
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Ghana- Why OIL PALM?

The OIL PALM: The oil palm tree is a tropical perennial crop with excellent benefits. Per hectare, it is the most productive oil crop in the world, being 10 times more productive than soybean and other oil bearing seeds. Of the 17 major vegetable oils traded on the international market, palm oil is the most...

Ghana’s Agriculture bleeds, where is the Good Samaritan?
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Ghana’s Agriculture bleeds, where is the Good Samaritan?

Meet JAMES – a Junior high school student from Apiadu JHS- Kumasi-Ghana, West Africa. James undertakes this task almost every day within the week. The Green Afro-Palms (GAP) team saw him one day performing his task and interrogated him: James stated, after school hours every day he comes to this site “a very popular place...

PALM OIL Agribusiness Needs A Bit More ATTENTION?
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PALM OIL Agribusiness Needs A Bit More ATTENTION?

The oil palm tree is a tropical perennial crop native to Africa with excellent benefits. Per hectare, it is the most productive oil crop in the world, being 10 times more productive than soybean and other oil bearing seeds. Of the 17 major vegetable oils traded on the international market, palm oil is the most...

Why I must do Agric. An AFRICAN YOUTH
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Why I must do Agric. An AFRICAN YOUTH

I am aware the importance of agriculture is well known as well as its benefits, so just to state but a few: 1. Agriculture is the world’s largest industry. It employs more than one billion people and generates over US$1.3 trillion dollars’ worth of food annually. 2. Source of Livelihood: 70% of the people in...

Youth In Africa’s Agriculture: Young Ghanaian Setting The Pace
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Youth In Africa’s Agriculture: Young Ghanaian Setting The Pace

Kwame Ababio of Green Afro-Palms (GAP)–Ghana, is to speak at The 7th African Green Revolution Forum 2017 (AGRF2017) on 4th – 8th September, 2017-Abidjan, under the theme “AGRF Mechanization TWG”. The African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) was established in 2010, following a three-year series of African Green Revolution Conferences (AGRC) held in Oslo, Norway (2006–2008)....

Ghana’s Kwame Ababio Wins Big At Agric Show ‘African Youth’s Got Talent’
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Ghana’s Kwame Ababio Wins Big At Agric Show ‘African Youth’s Got Talent’

Ghanaian Kwame Ababio of Green Afro-Palms has made Ghana proud with tremendous strides at this year’s African Youth Got Talent which featured 10 young agripreneurs making money from Agriculture and Agribusiness in Africa. In a talent show style, ten presenters showcased brilliant ideas that have been turned into innovative solutions to address community needs across...