Technical Education Development for Modernizing Agriculture in Ghana (TEDMAG)

The aim of the TEDMAG project is to reorient agriculture education and training towards an agri-business market-oriented system that will equip extension delivery services with skills to support farmers to transform from subsistence to income earning enterprises. There’s a two-pronged approach being adopted to achieve the objectives under TEDMAG. The first component comprises 3 subcomponents which include a review of the curricula, an upgrade of technical and computer laboratories and the rehabilitation of Ejura mechanization workshop. And the second component involves a re-orientation of current techniques being used by extension delivery agents to enable them to support farmers to move from subsistence farming into market-oriented agriculture

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UMAP is an NGO that facilitates development activities around the world.  UMAP expanded its services in Africa on June 17, 2013 with registration in Ghana as an international NGO; UMAP Ghana

UMAP Ghana has the capacity to manage the implementation of development assistance projects on the African continent from its country of operation. Countries in which UMAP Ghana has offered development assistance include Algeria, Jordan, Nigeria, Mozambique, Gambia, Senegal and Ivory Coast.

UMAP’s ability to link technical assistance services with logistical support systems has demonstrated our distinctiveness and impact in service provision. UMAP can call on our extensive database of African and international experts to provide development consulting services including technical assistance, research, data collection and survey analysis, while also providing the relevant logistical and administrative support.

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