Commercialization of GMO Soya Beans Will Destroy Ghanaian non-GMO Soyabeans Production-SVCG to Gov’t

Report By: Ishmael Barfi According to the Soya Value Chain Association of Ghana(SVCAG), the commercialization of Genetically Modified Organisms(GMO) seeds for soya beans will affect numerous peasant farmers engaged in cultivation. The kick against the government’s attempt the Association reiterates is to safeguard the country’s pride from being contaminated while preserving the natural state of the beans.In addition, the possible loss of peasant farmers’ livelihoods should the government go ahead with its plan. Speaking at a press briefing held in Accra on Friday,

A call for Expression of Interest from prospective partners and Buyers to trade with our warehouse cooperatives

To. General Public Advert. Date: 23rd, November, 2023. Expression of Interest for Off-Taker Agreements. The “Soya Value Chain Association of Ghana” is an association of all actors within the soya value chain, and duly registered with the Registrar General’s Department of Ghana. The Association’s GOAL is: “To establish a Soya Value Chain that will seek to: produce quality soya beans for the production of Soya Products, to meet national demands, and to also make Ghana a net exporter of Soya Beans, and Soya product.” The association in 2023, is

Soya emerges as potential cash crop to boost Ghana’s economy

Accra-Ghana, Sept. 01, GNA – Soya has been identified as a promising cash crop with the potential to revitalize and stimulate the country’s economy, pointing to becoming a leading source of revenue like or even surpassing cocoa. The Soya Value Chain Association of Ghana revealed this during a consultative meeting held in Accra. It emphasized that soya was progressively becoming a lucrative cash crop for the agricultural sector. The meeting was held as part of the association’s efforts to intensify its advocacy

Soya Value Chain Association of Ghana in a consultative stakeholder meeting in Tamale – Daily Guide

The Soya Value Chain Association of Ghana has held a one-day consultative stakeholder meeting in Tamale, the Northern region. The consultative stakeholder meeting is to engage farmers and input dealers on how the latter can supply inputs such as fertilizers to the former in a sustainable manner. The association also used the one-day forum to sensitize actors on their 2023 action plan and to hold consultations with smallholder farmers, processors, and feed millers to address issues raised at the recent press conference

Soya sector players message to the government – Press Conference

The Soya Value Chain Association of Ghana is calling on government to appoint new leaders for the Ghana Commodities Exchange, Buffer Stock Company and the incoming Commodities Export Control Authority. According to the association, leaders at these institutions do not have the requisite skills to regulate the affairs of the soya value chain. Speaking at a press conference organized by the Soya Value Chain Association, Vice Chairman, Daniel Ahenkorah indicated that stakeholders along the value chain are usually overlooked in decision