4R Nutrient Stewardship - Ghana
4R Nutrient Stewardship Ghana
- Term: 5 years
- Budget: $17 million
- Direct Beneficiaries: 30,000 individuals
- Indirect Beneficiaries: 30,454 individuals
- Implementation Partners: CDF Canada, Fertilizer Canada, APNI, IPNI Canada
- Financial Partners: Global Affairs Canada
4R Project covers four parts of Ghana: Kpandai, East Gonja, Nanumba South and Nanumba North and the project assists 30,000 small holder farmer family to have better yields mostly with Maiza, Soybeans, Groundnuts and Rice. The most important aim of the following project is to show how adopting more sustainable farming practices can increase the resilience, incomes and food security.
"The 4R Solution project’s aim is to show how adopting more sustainable farming practices can increase resilience, incomes, and food security, while reducing poverty for men, women and children".
The main objectives:
Enhanced sustainable production using climate smart, best management practices in agriculture and increased value chain access and integration by women and men farmers in the targeted countries.
Enhanced representation and inﬂuence of women in leadership position & decision-making bodies in farmers’ co-operatives within targeted communities.
Increased integration of gender sensitive 4R principles in relevant standards and policies globally and nationally in Ethiopia, Ghana and Senegal.
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Program undertaken with the financial support of the Government of Canada provided through Global Affairs Canada.