In Ghana’s Upper East Region, IWMI has been working with farmers, extension agents and other stakeholders in irrigated agriculture to test water management technologies and practices aimed at increasing water productivity.
IIncreasing the planting density for groundnut generates multiple benefits by boosting yields of grain and fodder per unit area. It enhances soil fertility, improves water retention, and prevents weed growth, thereby raising farmers’ food security and incomes.
Africa RISING partners in Ghana recently held a hybrid review and planning to determine how the project will continue its research and developmental obligations going into 2021 in light of the COVID-19 challenges.
This Sept 2018 – Oct 2019 highlights important milestones and achievements in monitoring and evaluation and learning, capacity building, collaborations with development partners, and Africa RISING's knowledge outputs during the period.