Category Archives: Ghana

Trust Relationships in Agricultural Extension

I spent the morning yesterday harvesting rice with some farmers in Kpandai. As I was cutting rice stalks with a kitchen knife in one hand and collecting bundles in the other, I was interested in learning how the farmers I … Continue reading

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Stranger in a strange land

I love travelling to a new country. Experiencing all the new sights, getting to know new people and trying to unravel the mysteries I’d at that point only read about is uncomfortably amazing for me. Things don’t always go well, … Continue reading

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On gift giving and choppin’

It’s always an interesting experience going to visit rural farmers. Regardless of who I’m travelling with or the actual purpose of the visit, they always seem to turn into community-wide events. Naturally, a part of this is caused by the … Continue reading

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