Cutting out the exploitative middleman was the goal for this new agritech startup that is revolutionizing farming for Ghana’s smallholders.
Posts Categorized: Ghana
An online platform offers Ghanaians the opportunity for greater access to government data.
World Cover is a peer-to-peer lending platform that enables people to invest in farmers who have no access to traditional insurance.
The UNPF is currently flying condoms, birth control pill and other medical supplies to the Upper East Region of Ghana using a fleet of long-flying UAVs.
Making Ghanaian Girls Great is a program that’s delivering expert education from the country’s capital to remote places using virtual teaching in the classroom.
Add / Remove In some parts of Africa, children must walk as many as 10 km to get to school, making consistent attendance a challenge. At the same time, the African advertising industry is growing faster than any other in the world — almost 20 percent annually. Add those two facts together, and you can […]
Add / Remove When we wrote about Bamboo Bike Studio late last year, we noted the company’s involvement in the Bamboo Bike Project, which seeds bamboo bike factories in developing countries. Working towards a similar goal is Calfee Design, which is helping entrepreneurs in the developing world make locally sourced bamboo bicycles for domestic and […]