AHRO mechanized farming project in association with African Development Aid to support Planting For Food and Jobs’ (PF&J) initiative by Ghana Government – High Yielding Oil Palm Plantation, Cocoa, Citrus and Maize Farm.
AHRO are at a final stage of cultivating an initial 1500 acres of mechanized maize farm for their charity drive. The produce goes to disaster relief and needy families. It is a planting for food and job project, tailored after the the government’s initiative
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has launched the government’s Planting For Food and Jobs’ (PF&J) project, with the promise to drive industrialization across the country.
At a ceremony in the Central Region, the President of Ghana cut the sod for the construction of the first factory under the program. The President noted the route to creating high-paying jobs that will enhance the lives of Ghanaians is through industrialization.
AHRO shares the same vision with the current government in power hence the need to collaborate on this project to benefit the masses.
Already, about 51 factories have been identified to be constructed across the country before the end of 2017. and A Heart Relief Organization will help bring three major sectors of the initiative into reality.
AHRO is in discussion with stakeholders to create three major plantations (High Yielding Oil Palm Plantation, Cocoa, and Citrus) which will serve as major raw materials for the Planting For Food and Jobs’ (PF&J) projects and for export.