Category Archives: News Update

ZUARUNGU MOSHIE SCHOOL BENEFITS FROM A SUMMER HAT

Rustic Pathways provides international community service programs for high school students. Their programs introduce students to a variety of service experiences that benefit the communities they visit, while showing students the impact they can have on the world. Additionally, these … Continue reading

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Trax Ghana Seed Loan scheme

Trax Ghana seed system is based on a revolving seed supply with an inbuilt interest-generation mechanism on seed loan. The system provides farmers with a fallback mechanism and has enables them to be more seed secure and this has contributed … Continue reading

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Happy Independence Day

Trax Ghana congratulates all our farmers, staff, partners and all other Ghanaians on the occasion of Independence Day. Today marks the independence gained from Great Britain in 1957 and is traditionally celebrated with parades  around the country.

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Rain-Fed Farming: What Happens in the Dry Season?

The large majority of the rural farmers in the North of Ghana depend on rain-fed agriculture as their primary source of income. Unlike the South of the country, Northern Ghana has only one rainy season that normally starts in April/May … Continue reading

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Earning an Additional Annual Income through VSLA

Under a tree in Nwan, a farming community in the Upper East Region in Ghana, there is a group of women who come together every week to make savings. Their Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLA) was established in October … Continue reading

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Bringing together Sweet Potato stakeholders for the annual OFSP conference

Trax Ghana aspires to be one of the leading NGOs involved in the promotion of the orange fleshed sweet potato (OFSP). In order to share Trax’s experiences with other stakeholders, Trax organizes its annual OFSP Conference in Bolgatanga. This year’s … Continue reading

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Laptops for Rural Primary Schools

The Best of Both, British School of Brussels has been linked up with four primary schools in the rural areas around Bolgatanga. Over the past five years, they have engaged in various knowledge exchange projects and supported their partners with … Continue reading

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