All publications from GAAFS or relevant documents from our lead partners are available here.

Our Manifesto: A Better Food System for Ghana

This publication outlines the manifesto of GAAFS, indicating why agroecology and food sovereignty are critical for a better, healthier food system for all Ghanaians. The manifesto explains what GAAFS will do to achieve our vision of a socially just, culturally sensitive, environmentally sustianable, and economically viable food system.

Download GAAFS: Our Manifesto for a Better Food System for Ghana (opens pdf).

 

The Coalition for the Advancement of Organic Farming (CAOF) have prepared two publications based on empirical research they have facilitated and collaborated on. These publications are available to download below.

The Sack Bag Garden Technology paper introduces this innovative technology for food production for people without access to land to farm. The paper presents the results from a pilot study undertaken by Peter Okoth, a volunteer with Youth Harvest Foundation, Bolgatanga. The paper is available here: The Sack Bag Technology CAOF Paper (opens pdf).

CAOF, in collaboration with Voluntary Services Overseas (VSO) Ghana, undertook as study on the potential for the consumption of organic/green fruits and vegetables among middle class consumers in Bolgatanga, Upper East Region. The report, written by Amanda Sturgeon (VSO) and Gerard Agana (CAOF), presents the findings of this study. The paper is available here: Potential for Consumption of Organic Fruit and Vegetables in Bolga CAOF Paper (opens pdf).

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