Our initial market is Ghana - a growing economy with a stable democratic government.
According to the IMF, Ghana has made significant gains in development over the last few decades with rising incomes and lower poverty threshholds, as well as better health, education, and gender outcomes.
The IMF and World Bank have identified Ghana to be among the fastest growing economies in the world over the past three years. The IMF's World Economic Outlook has identified Ghana as the fastest growing economy in the world in 2019.
Agriculture plays a significant role in this impressive economic growth, as agriculture represents 20-25 percent of Ghana's GDP. The sector also employs about 35 to 40 percent of the total labor force. Ghana's rising agricultural productivity is a significant contributor to higher agricultural wages and poverty reduction. A continued growth in the agricultural sector will be a catalyst for future poverty reduction.
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