National Themes of Farmers’ over the decades

By
A.B. Kafui Kayi

Ho, (VR), GNA – As
the nation celebrates its 35th National Farmers’ Day, the Ghana News
Agency publishes the themes that have reflected the focus of the successive
Governments since 1990.

1990 – Increased
Agricultural Production for a Better Tomorrow

1991 – Sustained
Agricultural Production, Hallmark of the 31st December Revolution

1992 – Agriculture
and the Ghanaian Economy Eleven Years in Retrospect

1993 – An Efficient
Marketing System A Booster to Sustained Agricultural and Industrial Growth

1994 – Food
Preservation for Price Stability

1995 – Scientific
Farming for Higher Productivity

1996 – The Human
Resource: A Crucial Factor in Agricultural Development

1997 – Sustainable
Food Security: A Challenge to the Youth

1998 – Empowering
the Youth for Accelerated Agricultural Growth

1999 – Effective
Marketing Promotes Agricultural Production

2000 – Processing of
Agricultural Produce the Way Forward

2001 – Let Us Grow
What We Eat, Eat What We Grow and Can What We Cannot

2002 – Modernising
Agriculture to Enhance Rural Development

2003 – Enhancing
Agricultural Productivity and Food Security Through Improved Agric-Business

2004 – Food Safety
and Improved Nutrition for a Healthy and Active Nation

2005 – Agricultural
Production and Productivity the Key to Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction

2006 – The Youth
Employment Program: An Avenue for Sustaining Agricultural Development

2007 – Ghana @ 50:
Progress and Challenges of Sustainable Agricultural Development

2008 –
Globalization: Its effects on Agricultural Production in Ghana.

2009 –
Accelerated Agricultural Modernization for Food Security and Economic
Transformation

2010 – Grow More
Food

2011 – Grow More
Food: Research for sustainable Agriculture Development

2012 – Grow More
Food: Strengthening FBOs for better market place bargaining Power

2013 – Reducing
Post-Harvest Losses for Sustainable Food Security and Nutrition

2014 – Eat What You
Grow

2015 – Transform
Ghana: Invest in Agriculture

2016 – Agriculture:
A Business Response to Economic Growth

2017 – Farming for
Food and Jobs

2018 – Agriculture:
Moving Ghana Beyond Aid

2019 – Enhancing
Small Scale agriculture Towards Agribusiness Development

GNA 

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