Agriculture in Ghana

The work of AGRA in Ghana is in line with the Government of Ghana’s Food and Agriculture Sector Development Policy (FASDEP II) and the 2nd Phase of the Medium Term Agriculture Sector Investment Plan (METASIP II) in driving accelerated agriculture modernization and sustainable natural resource management.

Total Population


Population Engaged in Agricultural Activities


Agriculture Contribution to GDP


Forster Boateng

Regional Head
West Africa

Anthony Ngosi

Senior Program Officer

Asseta Diallo

Program Officer

Bashiru Dokurugu

Associate Program Officer

Bernard Nimo

Assistant Systems Administrator

Dorothy Effa

Policy Officer

Ebenezer Bonney

Geographical Service Team, Finance Administrator

Genevieve Kakrabah

Program Coordinator

Irene Kuuyuor

HR Business Partner, West Africa

Laetitia Ouoba

Communications Specialist

Michael Opare-Darkwah

Internal Audit Officer

Oumar Ndiaye

Development Cooperation Officer

Paa Kwesi Awuku-Darko

Associate Program Officer

Peter Boakye-Oduro


Regina Richardson

Program Officer

Samuel Amanquah

M&E Officer

Seth Nutakor

Grants Officer

Sunil Dahiya

SPO, Markets (DFID)

Victor Agasiba

General Services Assistant

Victor Antwi

Head, Input Distribution & Agro-Dealer Development


CSIR Office Complex
#6 Agostino Neto Road,
Airport Residential Area, PMB KIA 114
Accra, Ghana
Tel: +233 (0) 302740660

Ministry of Food & Agriculture


Challenges in Agriculture

AGRA works with the Government of Ghana and various strategic partners to increase incentives for private sector participation and investment in the agricultural sector while enhancing access to finance and markets; the adoption of climate smart technologies and use of inputs (seeds and fertilizer).

Our Investments

In the first decade, AGRA built an asset base in technologies, partnerships and models which can be scaled for a significant impact on the status of inclusive agriculture in Ghana. Our strategy and support for Ghana from 2017 to 2021 seeks to bring all of these elements together and contribute to the National strategy, improving the incomes and food security for at least 1.2 million smallholder households through an investment of US$26 million in state capability support and policy engagement, as well as support to value chain development for maize, rice, soy and cassava, and market systems development.

US$60 million invested in Ghana’s agricultural industry

Early Results


Total Amount Committed for Six Projects


Farmers Committed to Date


Crop Varieties Produced & Commercialized

Further Resources

Ghana Operational Plan

Funding partners

Other Partners