USAID to Fund $22 Million Ghana Agriculture Financing Program
From Ghana Business News
The U.S. government is set to launch a $22 million financing programme to unlock investment for agriculture in northern Ghana. To be launched January 21, 2014, the USAID Financing Ghanaian Agriculture Project (USAID-FinGAP) aims to unlock significant investment for agribusinesses in rice, soy and maize value chains in northern Ghana.
According to a press invitation, the project will be launched in Accra by Ghana’s Agric Minister Clement Kofi Humado and the USAID Mission Director, Mr. Jim Bever.
The USAID-FinGAP is a five-year project with the goal of increasing access to finance and investment in the rice, maize and soy sectors in the northern part of the country.
Written by Ekow Quandzie | Read more at Ghana Business News