Monthly Archives: January 2015

Orange Fleshed Sweet Potatoes Still Fresh 3 Months After Harvesting

During the annual Orange Fleshed Sweet Potato (OFSP) Conference┬áTrax organized on 3 December 2014 farmers shared their experiences with this type of sweet potatoes. The farmers mentioned that the OFSP matures early and that they it therefore breaks the hunger … Continue reading

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Integrating Grassroots Expertise and Top-Level Scientific Research: Organizing a Live Conversation at the Brighton and Sussex Universities Food Network Symposium

More and more people have realized that indigenous agricultural knowledge is often absent from modern-day agricultural policy and academic research. It has been identified as an important factor hampering the effectiveness of the development of agricultural research, extension services and … Continue reading

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Schools Project Coordinator Receives New Motorbike

Adequate means of transport are essential for any NGO that works in rural areas and has daily contact with beneficiaries. In the case of Trax motorbikes are the best way of getting around. Trax field staff all use a motorbike … Continue reading

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Brussels International Broadcasts Full Documentary

Trax and it’s partner schools were honored to receive a group of Belgian high school students last summer. They were members of the Best of Both charity and came to Ghana to visit the four partner schools they support. They … Continue reading

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