Policy Advocacy


Policy advocacy is important in any project to protect the interests of all persons/companies involved. Without a written agreement of stakes, responsibilities, contributions and rewards, a project is likely to fail.

  • Through stakeholder groups, and meetings with relevant public sector institutions, ASNAPP brings the needs of resource-limited farmers to the attention of policy-makers.

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  • ASNAPP works with a number of government agencies in Ghana, Senegal, South Africa and Zambia to implement key components of their agricultural strategies in these countries.

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  • ASNAPP also connects business leaders with rural communities, from where they obtain both raw and processed materials.