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Adele Women Association - Nkwanta 'Upper Volta' Ghana

International  Permaculture Network in Ghana!
I am inspired by the work of the Network and my goal is to bring the many successful practices of the Permaculture Network in Ghana to the rural villages of the Adele Traditional Area.
 
My goal is to also strengthen the Permaculture Network so that there will be resources for extenstion work into the Nkwanta Area of Ghana the Adele Traditional Area. 

Since 2006, the International Ghana Permaculture Network has been doing soybean production with 1000 Soybean farmers participating. 

The PERMACULTURE NETWORK's Goal is to collaborate with others so that they can reach millions of farmers in Ghana.

BELOW PLEASE FIND PHOTOS OF SOYBEAN PRODUCTION IN TECHIMAN, GHANA

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Picture shows the initial dry stage of the soybean

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Picture shows the Janguma variety at the pod stage of a single plant.

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Picture shows the Quarshie variety of soybean at the harvestable stage of the soybean

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Picture of soybean variety Anidaso variety intercropped with plantain.

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Picture of Quarshie variety of soybean Permaculture Network in for one of women client farmers

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Permaculture Network organized training workshop growing soybean at demonstration farm


"Our pathway must be up through the soil,
up through swamps,
up through forests,
up through streams and rocks,
up through commerce, education, and religion!
In my opinion, we cannot begin at the top to build a house.  
If we try to do this, we shall reap in the end the fruits of our folly".

Booker T. Washington

Respond to Adjoa Linda at:  Email belrivers@gmail.com