Michel Mordasini visits Ghana and inaugurates IFAD's new office complex in Accra
All photos ©IFAD/Francis Kokoroko
The Vice-President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), Michel Mordasini, visited Ghana last week. He had the opportunity to meet with government officials including Fiifi Kwetey, Minister of Food and Agriculture and Seth Tekper, Minister of Finance, to discuss the country’s agricultural and rural development agenda and to confirm IFAD’s steady support to Ghana’s development efforts.
|Mordasini (right) as a hearty chat with the Fiifi Kwetey (left), Minister for Food and Agriculture|
The visit gave Michel Mordasini and his team the opportunity to assess projects successfully executed by the two programmes. He met with authorities of the Savelugu Municipal Assembly and attended an exhibition at the forecourt of the Savelugu Municipal Assembly prepared by clients of the REP. He also visited a local soap processing group in Savelugu and the Kanvili Women’s Shea Centre.
|Mordasini with shea processors at Kanvilli|
His field trip ended with a visit to the Tibzaa Ranch, which partners with the NRGP to provide training and capacity building to guinea fowl producers.
|Mordasini during visit to the Tipzaa Ranch. On his left is Yakubu Alhassan, Deputy Minister for Food and Agriculture and on his right is Sintaro Mahama, CEO of Tipzaa Ranch.|