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Do you know that women are the backbone of the rural economy, especially in developing countries and that they make up almost half of the world’s farmers, and over the last few decades, they have broadened their involvement in agriculture?
The number of female-headed households has also increased as more men have migrated to cities. As the primary caregivers to families and communities, women provide food and nutrition; they are the human link between the farm and the table.
This is why CIKOD is championing the women's wing of the 🇬🇭 Ghana
Agroecology Movement.
It has been an exhilarating time. Every moment of the session contributed to this experience. The team from WACSI has successfully completed a 5-day (13th-17th September, 2021) #training on #data and #information #management and #communication #strategy of the Center for Indigenous knowledge for Organisational Development (CIKOD) staff in Techiman.

We would like to appreciate all the WACSI staff who have been part of this journey, the CIKOD STAFF for their commitment and The 11th Hour Project and Groundswell International for making all this possible.
“It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data.” — Sherlock Holmes
Agree?

The WACSI team is in Techiman for a 5-day training of CIKOD staff from 13th to 17th September,2021. The training will focus on key #data management practices and #communication strategy essential for achieving organisational #success. This in turn will also support in #strategic #management and decision making.

Today’s session engaged the staff on data management fundamentals, data planning and collection activities for effective and #efficient collaborative #work within the organization.

Thanks to The 11th Hour Project and Groundswell International for making all this possible.
“Yes I’ve been threatened, but I’m not fazed. It’s something I’m prepared to die for."

"No one has got the right to come and dictate to us which seeds to grow, which seeds to keep, which seeds to share. What right do they have? Can they be above God who gave us this seed?”

Across Africa, farmers like Petronella are under attack by corporations and governments who dictate what kinds of seeds can be grown and sold. In Zambia, it is illegal for farmers to sell seed varieties that don’t meet restrictive certifications. Overwhelmingly it is farmers’ local, indigenous seed varieties that are barred from markets and declared illegal.

Growing diverse, healthy food should never be illegal.

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Join us for SEED IS POWER, a day-long rally in honor of African seed, hosted by @afsafrica The Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA).

Together we will celebrate the work of farmers, hear their stories, and unite against corporate attempts to control seed.

June 26 / 8AM-1PM EDT / 3PM-8PM EAT

Sign-up here: ➡️ http://bit.ly/SEED-IS-POWER

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African Centre for Biodiversity AFSA ESAFF Headquarters African Biodiversity Network Adepa Wadaf
@ASPSP Fahamu Groundswell International FoE Africa
Friends of the Earth U.S. Friends of the Earth International Friends of the Earth Zambia Alliance for Agroecology and Biodiversity SCOPE Zambia a member of Rescope Programme NET Regional Schools and Colleges Permaculture Programme African Union of Consumers BIBA Kenya CIKOD Front Commun pour la Protection de l'Environnement et des Espaces Protégés
Zambia Alliance for Agroecology and Biodiversity
The Seed Savers' Network Association Tunisienne de Permaculture
Corporations or Farmers?

Who do we trust to grow our food?
Who should be at the center of food system policy?
Who has communities’ interests at heart?

Listen to farmers. Listen to the ones who feed us, who protect our biodiversity, who have been the ancestral custodians of our seeds, the guardians of our cultures and our survival.

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Join us for SEED IS POWER, a day-long rally in honor of African seed, hosted by The Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA).

Together we will celebrate the work of farmers, hear their stories, and unite against corporate attempts to control seed.

Seed in the hands of the few is dependency. Seed in the hands of the many is freedom. Join the struggle to keep seed in the hands of the many, not the few.

June 26 / 8AM-1PM EDT / 3PM-8PM EAT

Sign-up for the rally here: https://bit.ly/SEED-IS-POWER

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AFSA IPACC - Indigenous Peoples of Africa Coordinating Committee Health of Mother Earth Foundation World Neighbors SAFCEI
Southern Africa Rural Women's Assembly
Rural Women's Assembly- Lesotho BIBA Kenya
TrustAfrica La Via Campesina Southern and Eastern Africa
La Via Campesina The Seed Savers' Network
Seed Savers Network, Kenya Association Tunisienne de Permaculture Association Tunisienne de Permaculture - Groupe Informel Original Community Technology Development Trust/Organisation Zambia Alliance for Agroecology and Biodiversity Front commun pour la protection de l’environnement et des espaces protégés CIKOD Rescope Programme African Union of Consumers JVE Internationale (YVE International) African Centre for Biodiversity ESAFF Headquarters African Biodiversity Network Adepa Wadaf Fahamu
NATURE COME ALIVE
On the first day of @Ghana National Sesame Business Farmers Association, CIKOD & Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana training of farmers on the practices and principles of #Agroecology in the Upper East region, selected farmers, extension officers, District Directors of #Agriculture embarked on a learning visit to Fuseini’s Agroecology farm located at Gundoug in the Nabdam District to learn practical ways of managing a typical Agroecology farm.
This was made possible through the generous support of Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA), @11thhourproject and @The Joint Action for Farmers' Organisations in West Africa (JAFOWA).
#AgroecologyForFoodSovereignty
Day 3 is as promising as the days ahead. It marks the beginning of the Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation training which is designed to equip the 16 staff members of CIKODwith assessment and analytical skills to enhance their operations and #productivity.

The ability to make good decisions is an indication of a good monitoring and assessment skill. Do you agree?
It’s the second day of our training with Center for Indigenous Knowledge and Organisational Development CIKOD, and the discussion for today is leadership and talent management. This emphasizes on the leadership styles which are appropriate for organisational development, talent identification and maintenance within the organisation and the roles it plays in organisational growth. These are exciting and important topic areas for institutional improvements and #sustainability.

In what ways does #leadership and talent management affect your organisation’s capacity?
Today marks the beginning of our 5-day capacity building programme happening in Bole in the Savanah Region of Ghana, for Center for Indigenous Knowledge and Organisational Development (CIKOD) with support from 11thhourproject. The training is being organised for 16 staff members of CIKOD on Organisational #Governance and Results-based Monitoring and Evaluation to strengthen their Organisational capacity. It is the first training of the year and it is already looking promising.

What will you like to know about the week-long training?
It was so amazing to have a different type of exhibitors from different areas of operation during our Wa digital jobs fair at the regional library, Wa

#GTLimpact #PaSE #GTLEmployability #YoungAfricaWorks
#ghana #youthemployment #YisonImpact

CIKOD Reign Art Gh

Ghana Tech Lab World Bank Africa Ministry of Communications Ghana Mastercard Foundation Young Africa Works
Four civil society organisations have appealed to the President of Ghana to not allow the Plant Variety Protection Bill 2020 to become law. “Ghana is fed by smallholder farmers. If there is going to be any law, it should support these farmers and not commercial farmers,” Ben Guri of CIKOD said.
https://www.graphic.com.gh/news/general-news/csos-urge-president-not-to-assent-to-the-plant-variety-protection-bill.html
Let's develop our indigenous knowledge to push the development of Africa - Prof Miller tells African governments

CIKOD is a non-governmental organization based in Ghana working to build resilient communities in the Upper West Region.

Operating as usual

Photos from CIKOD's post 18/11/2021

Bushfire is one of the challenges faces during dry season farming in Ghana. As a result, CIKOD supervised the women farmers group under its #agroecology dry Season Garden activities to make fire belt around their gardens to guard against bushfires for the upcoming dry season farming in Pavuu.

Photos from CIKOD's post 01/11/2021

The most beautiful and fulfilling part of the work at CIKOD is just not the numbers
reached but the number of smiles and happy people we meet everyday.
#agroecology
#happiness

Photos from CIKOD's post 27/10/2021

We are excited to announce the open of Tender for the Construction of Livestock Markets in Banda-Nkwanta, Bole District and Wa. This is part of effort to provide infrastructure to Support the Mobility of Herders for Better Access to Resources in Africa. 6 contractors purchased 10 bid on a National Competitive Bidding. This is a European Commission and AFD - Agence Française de Développement funded project implemented by CIKOD and Acting for Life

CIKODGH on Twitter 30/09/2021

CIKODGH on Twitter

https://twitter.com/CIKOD_GH/status/1443546122497241091?s=20

CIKODGH on Twitter “President of @PFAGghana urging the women to have a fruitful discussing on the strategies for integrating the efforts of women in the GAEM and agree on concrete steps to strengthen their participation in the Ghana Agroecology Movement and share experiences.”

Photos from CIKOD's post 30/09/2021

Observation over the past one year is that women farmers are not adequately involved in meetings and discussions on agroecology though it is believed that they form the majority among peasant farmers in Ghana. Their views, knowledge and experiences are therefore not brought to bear on discussions on agroecology. Women are also extremely important when it comes to processing and marketing of farm products. In pursuance of these concerns, a meeting is being planned in Bolgatanga to create a platform for women farmers to strengthen their capacities on agroecology. This will also compliment efforts at strengthening the capacities of peasant farmers in general to promote agroecology in Ghana. Participants at the workshop will also discuss strategies for integrating the efforts of women in the Ghana Agroecology Movement, agree on concrete steps to strengthen the participation of women in the Ghana Agroecology Movement, and create opportunity for women farmers to share their experiences in agroecology.

CIKODGH on Twitter 29/09/2021

CIKODGH on Twitter

https://twitter.com/CIKOD_GH/status/1443208899864244225?s=20

CIKODGH on Twitter “Bismark Owusu Tetteh Nortey of @PFAGghana, leading the discussion on the review on the framework for movement building for Ghana Agroecology Movement (GAEM) members and organization promoting agroecology. #agroecology”

CIKODGH on Twitter 29/09/2021

CIKODGH on Twitter

https://twitter.com/CIKOD_GH/status/1443198773665091586?s=20

CIKODGH on Twitter “Chaka Uzondu Explaining the practicality of assessing agroecological farms within the context of the savannah zone. #agroecology”

Photos from CIKOD's post 29/09/2021

A technical workshop for members of the Ghana agroecology movement (GAEM) to review and revise the framework for movement building among organizations promoting Agroecology, deepen understanding on agroecology in the Savannah zone, agree on concrete steps to strengthen the platform, discuss the acquisition of agroecological farm inputs especially seeds by farmers, and share innovations and experiences on agroecology in the savannah zone of Ghana. At Exx-Tee hotel, Bolgatanga.

CIKOD updated their phone number. 15/09/2021

CIKOD updated their phone number.

CIKOD updated their phone number.

31/08/2021

NOTICE OF TENDER
CONTACT: 0501322902, 0501322903, 0553716297

NOTICE OF TENDER
CONTACT: 0501322902, 0501322903, 0553716297

Chaka Uzondu: From fertilizer dependency to agroecological agriculture - MyJoyOnline.com 26/07/2021

Chaka Uzondu: From fertilizer dependency to agroecological agriculture - MyJoyOnline.com

From Fertilizer Dependency to Agroecological Agriculture. Chaka Uzondo.
https://www.myjoyonline.com/chaka-uzondu-from-fertilizer-dependency-to-agroecological-agriculture/

Chaka Uzondu: From fertilizer dependency to agroecological agriculture - MyJoyOnline.com Fertilizers are not available. Specifically, inorganic fertilizers are scarce. In the Sissala West District of the Upper West region, farmers are struggling to access fertilizers. As at June this year, the Minister of Food and Agriculture (MoFA) was convinced beyond doubt that fertilizers were avail...

Throwing good money after bad: Failing Green Revolution program readies billion-dollar fund drive 05/07/2021

Throwing good money after bad: Failing Green Revolution program readies billion-dollar fund drive

According to an anonymous inside source, the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) is preparing a campaign to raise $1 billion in the coming months to fund its promotion of industrialized agriculture through 2030. The organization, which has spent $1 billion since its founding in 2006, is reportedly counting on the September United Nations Food System Summit as a key platform for its fundraising. AGRA’s president, Agnes Kalibata, was named Special Envoy last year by U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres to lead the summit. The simultaneous fund drive raises immediate questions about her conflicts of interest.

https://www.iatp.org/throwing-good-money-after-bad

Throwing good money after bad: Failing Green Revolution program readies billion-dollar fund drive According to an anonymous inside source, the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) is preparing a campaign to raise $1 billion in the coming months to fund its promotion of industrialized agriculture through 2030.

Photos from CIKOD's post 06/05/2021

Under the Water for Resilience Project, we provided a package of intervention to support all-year round farming for women in Tanchara, Gbengbe, Pavuu, Kalsagri, Ko, Monyupelle, Brutu and Goziir in the Lawra and Nandom Municipalities. It has been about three years since the project ended. On our way this morning to Nandom for a Leadership Training on VSLA, we made a stopover at the Monyupelle Organic Garden. We left the garden extremely impressed, talking to the women about the impact of the project on their lives. The pictures you see are the efforts of rural women to feed themselves under a sustainable and ecologically sensitive production strategy, we call Agroecology.
These women are working so hard to scale-up their production, by adopting sustainable intensification strategies. This requires mobilizing both financial and social capital to succeed. To this end, CIKOD, through the VSLA support under our Access to Market activity, will continue to accompany our women groups to become vibrant community level producers working to end hunger, malnutrition, and poverty in rural Ghana. We are funded by the 11th Hour Project through our network partner Groundswell International

Photos from CIKOD's post 05/05/2021

Happening now at the Lawra Municipal Assembly Hall is Group Leadership Training for Leaders of 4 community VSLA groups from Eremon, Gbenbgee, Tanchara and Pavuu/Kalsagri in the Lawra Municipality. These are leaders of women groups engaged in organic vegetable production using Agroecology as production strategy. As part of strengthening their operational capacity, CIKOD is providing a set of VSLA materials to the groups. Our objective is to strengthen the capacity of the women groups to mobilize both financial and social capital for sustainable for production. The activity is funded by the 11th Hour Project through our network partners Groundswell International

CIKODGH on Twitter 26/03/2021

CIKODGH on Twitter

Bernard Guri of @CIKOD_GH explaining #agroecology from the cultural, social and economic perspective. Day two of @CIKOD_GH
$ @PFAGghana Agroecology training for farmers in the upper east region
@GroundswellInt @11thhourproject @AgroecologyNow @FundAgroecology https://t.co/JHXjpcZaIr

CIKODGH on Twitter “Bernard Guri of @CIKOD_GH explaining #agroecology from the cultural, social and economic perspective. Day two of @CIKOD_GH $ @PFAGghana Agroecology training for farmers in the upper east region @GroundswellInt @11thhourproject @AgroecologyNow @FundAgroecology”

CIKODGH on Twitter 26/03/2021

CIKODGH on Twitter

Farmer Kofi Boa of the CNTA explaining #agroecology farming in the context of northern Ghana. Day two of @CIKOD_GH
$ @PFAGghana Agroecology training for farmers in the upper east region
@GroundswellInt @11thhourproject @AgroecologyNow @FundAgroecology https://t.co/aDIBwWkdFU

CIKODGH on Twitter “Farmer Kofi Boa of the CNTA explaining #agroecology farming in the context of northern Ghana. Day two of @CIKOD_GH $ @PFAGghana Agroecology training for farmers in the upper east region @GroundswellInt @11thhourproject @AgroecologyNow @FundAgroecology”

CIKODGH on Twitter 26/03/2021

CIKODGH on Twitter

Day two of the CIKOD & @PFAGghana Training on #agroecology it's practices and principles. Recap of day one farmer school feild training embarked to famer Fuseini’s Agroecology farm located at Gundoug Nabdam Dist.
#agroecology
@GroundswellInt @FundAgroecology @11thhourproject https://t.co/3MKymDm83U

CIKODGH on Twitter “Day two of the CIKOD & @PFAGghana Training on #agroecology it's practices and principles. Recap of day one farmer school feild training embarked to famer Fuseini’s Agroecology farm located at Gundoug Nabdam Dist. #agroecology @GroundswellInt @FundAgroecology @11thhourproject”

26/03/2021

Significant amounts of the financial support that currently flows to industrial agriculture must be channeled to agroecology

Significant amounts of the financial support that currently flows to industrial agriculture must be channeled to agroecology

Photos from CIKOD's post 25/03/2021

Day one of the CIKOD & @PFAGghana Training of farmers on the practices and principles of Agroecology in the upper east region.#agroecology

25/03/2021

We are raising awareness and promoting the practice of Agroecology.

“The world needs a new economic system that is powered by nature” 11/03/2021

“The world needs a new economic system that is powered by nature”

https://news.globallandscapesforum.org/50558/the-world-needs-a-new-economic-system-that-is-powered-by-nature/

“The world needs a new economic system that is powered by nature” Q&A with European Forest Institute director Marc Palahí on the bioeconomy movement, sustainability and how forests can help achieve this

Photos from West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI)'s post 04/03/2021

Photos from West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI)'s post

Photos from CIKOD's post 01/02/2021

Launching the book, Mr Emmanuel Sasu Yeboah, the Upper West Regional Director of Agriculture, said the book brought to the fore simple, basic and common remedy for COVID-19 and related diseases that have been neglected in search of erudite remedies.
https://www.gna.org.gh/1.19742232

Photos from CIKOD's post 28/01/2021

We are almost set to start the launch of our mini-barefoot guide with local seed and food exhibition. If you are in Lawra please come join us. In solidarity with Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA) , Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana, Food Sovereignty Ghana

27/01/2021

Event happening tomorrow. Join us to see, taste and learn how to cook local recipes at the Lawra Town Park
In solidarity with Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA), Ministry of Health, Ghana, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Ghana Health Service Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana

Event happening tomorrow. Join us to see, taste and learn how to cook local recipes at the Lawra Town Park
In solidarity with Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA), Ministry of Health, Ghana, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Ghana Health Service Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana

[01/11/21]   We are officially open for business today. Welcome back colleagues.

26/11/2020

National Policy Workshop on Agroecology and FMNR in Support of the Review of the FASDEP II
Policy Document
Royal Cosy Hill Hotel

30/10/2020

We are in Hian, in the Jirapa municipality, to discuss with community level stakeholders on a proposed transhumance corridor. With the support of Sule, son of Jaagaji, we are tracing and mapping the existing bush paths being used by transhumance between Northern Ghana and Burkina Faso. With funding from the European Commission and AFD - Agence Française de Développement, we are working to secure and provide appropriate infrastructure including water points, rest camps,veterinary services and grazing areas within the corridor. This will contribute to reducing the tension and conflict between herders and crop farmers while improving the socio economic conditions of pastorlist and all actors within the livestock value chain.

02/10/2020

The harvest season is here.

17/09/2020

Here are highlights of day two on our multi-stakeholder dialogue on livestock mobility happening at In-Service Training Center (Wa)

16/09/2020

Here are highlights of day one of our unassisted informed debate.

Key learning for the day " Livestock feeding draws on various resources which vary in quantity depending on the zone, but everywhere livestock requires fodder"

CIKOD is facilitating a Multi-Stakeholder dialogue on the stakes and challenges of livestock. This is part of the regional Project to Support Livestock Mobility for Better Access to Resources and Markets in West Africa (PAMOBARMA). In this debate we have participants from the Forestry Commission ( Game and Wildlife Division) from Mole National Park and Bui National Park, the Ghana Police Service, Ghana Immigration Service, Wa Municipal Assembly, Bole District Assembly, GBC Radio Upper West, Veterinary Service Department, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Sissala West District District Assembly, Ghana Revenue Authority - Official and Ghana National Association of Cattle Farmers. This project is in partnership with Acting for Life. Funding is from the European Commission, Air France, AFD - Agence Française de Développement and the ECOWAS COMMISSION.

15/09/2020

Unassisted Informed Debate Workshop at the In-service Training Centre on livestock trade and mobility module.

06/09/2020

Every passing minute draws us closer to our target of delivering this project on record time. It is a warehouse with 80 seater capacity conference room, cited in our community conservation site in Pavuu/Kalsagri in the Lawra District. The facility will aggregate, process and market farm produce under Agroecological conditions and also serve in our trainings on #Agroecology and #FMNR . Thanks to our partners, Groundswell International and our funders #11thhourProject

04/09/2020

Happy to see the dream of providing storage and marketing opportunities for Agro-ecology Farm Produce in Lawra becoming a reality. Thanks to OUR Network partner Groundswell International and Funder #11thHourProject

linkedin.com 31/08/2020

UNDERSTANDING ENDOGENOUS DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA

Understanding Endogenouse Development in Africa
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/understanding-endogenous-development-africa-lesle-jansen-lawrence-/

linkedin.com This is a short piece on the concept and methodological framework called Endogenous Development (ED). I first encountered it over 8 years ago in Ghana.

Centre for Indigenous Knowledge and Organizational Development

CIKOD is a non-governmental organization located in the Upper West Region of Ghana. The organization was established in 2003, and since then, has continued to utilize Indigenous knowledge to create sustainable, community-led development projects.

CIKOD’s vision is that of a society where the rural poor, the marginalized and rural women have a voice and contribute proactively to equitable and sustainable community development.

CIKOD’s mission is to contribute to the transformation of Indigenous local organizations of rural communities into resilient and vibrant grassroots civil society organizations that enhance the engagement of rural people in revitalizing their ecological traditional systems for food, nutrition and water sovereignty using an endogenous development framework.

CIKOD’s goal is to have resilient communities at are managing their community food, nutrition and health systems, building on their traditional ecological knowledge and Indigenous resources while not ignoring appropriate external resources.

Videos (show all)

Unassisted Informed  Debate Workshop at the In-service Training Centre on livestock trade and mobility module.
Media briefing on the Plant Breeders Bill
CIKOd  has called for more Innovative way to Deal with the Spread of @COVID-19 in the Upper West Region (Ghana)
Banuoku Faabelangne making a presentation on ~Principles of Agroecology~
ALI Day 2 Bern Guri on the 'Great Turning"
We share a world cafe session on Colonization and the Development of Africa
ALI Prof David Miller on Recolonising Indigenous Knowledge -A place for Food Sovereignty
Opening session of the 4th ALI in Session
Economics of Land Degradation. Presentation of Economic Analysis of FMNR from CIKOD field
ELD Initiative - Economics of Land Degradationn. Presentation of Economic Analysis of FMNR from CIKOD field

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