ASNAPP over the last two years has been implementing Small holder Inclusive and Market Access (SIPMA) which is a market-led agricultural transformation programme funded by AGRA with the aim of increasing agricultural productivity and competitiveness of the maize and soy value chains. The 3-year project aims to reach 143,000 smallholder farmers in the Brong-Ahafo and Northern Regions of Ghana to achieve a cumulative 470,000 MT and 539,000MT of maize and soy respectively. The project is being implemented by a 5-member Consortium made up of namely ASNAPP (Project Lead), Yedent (off-taker), AFAP (input component), UCL (biometric registration and data management) and CSIR-CRI (seed development).

ASNAPP is responsible for facilitating farmer enrolment, strengthening and formation of FBOs, building capacity in post-harvest management and infrastructural support to small holder farmers.

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