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When the raining season sets in rural Ghana, most households would need fertilizer, seeds, and crop protection chemicals to crop their field. The would also need vaccines, medications, and feed for their livestock and the source of these inputs are small retailers commonly referred to as Agrovets. In rural areas of Ghana over 95% of […]

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Transforming the Vaccine Delivery System for Chickens and Goats in Northern Ghana

In Ghana, the livestock sector is threatened with multiple setbacks which limit smallholder farmers’ ability to expand the sector potentials.  “Between 2006 and 2007, Ghana witnessed an avian flu outbreak that threatened its poultry industry. The economic losses were significant, especially because livestock farming, and agriculture generally, employ 52% of the population. The outbreak led […]

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Would Night Delivery of Vaccines solve the issue of accessibility?: Lessons Learned

Iddrisu has missed all his vaccination schedule until today and he is not alone. About 1,209  farmers miss vaccine delivery every year. Delivering this service to our farmers comes with many challenges, particularly when it comes to providing vaccines to livestock. Ensuring that animals get the vaccinations needed requires the active participation of farmers and […]

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Solving a Business Challenge: A look at our Bundling Service

In Africa, veterinary service provision to smallholder farmers is substandard. The twin effect of awareness and utilization has consistently been identified as a major factor in low veterinary service uptake. There is low awareness of the importance and benefits of providing preventive animal health services/treatment. A significant challenge exists with the limited information on effective […]

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