Projects: Ghana

Climate change and climate variability are major obstacles to food security in northern Ghana. The three northern regions of Ghana are particularly vulnerable and the ability of the local population to adapt is very low due to deep-rooted poverty.


The World Food Programme’s (WFP) Purchase for Progress (P4P) program provides surplus-producing smallholder African farmers with the opportunity […]

Vitamin A is important for fighting infections, growth, bone development and overall health, yet vitamin A deficiency is a widespread health challenge in sub-Saharan Africa. This project aims to get vitamin-rich sweet potatoes onto farms and dinner plates.

Climate change is an immediate and unprecedented threat to the food security of hundreds of millions of people […]

This project is part of the Her Farm Radio initiative While all FRI projects are designed to be […]


Since the 1970s, when Farm Radio International was known as the Developing Countries Farm Radio Network, we have championed the need for bringing radio broadcasters together.


Nearly 40 % of the global cashew crop is produced by about 1.5 million small farmers in Africa. […]


Farmer Program e-Course

Farm Radio International has been offering distance education programs since 2007 on scriptwriting and participatory research.


From 2007-2010 Farm Radio International, with generous support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, ran one of […]