He describes the 1H1G as a dream come through for the district, as the project will complement governments flagship programmes like the 1D1F and 1V1D.
Emphasizing the importance of the 1H1G, Dr. Ewurah Sulemani Kandia Mahama said it would help reduce rural-urban migration, youth and women in galamsey and decrease social vices.
The DCE assured the Agrhouse Foundation team that his doors would always be open to collaborate them for developmental purposes. He used the opportunity to thank Agrihouse Foundation for selecting two communities from the Wa East District to benefit from the training and support under the 1H1G.
Meanwhile, he appealed to AGRA, USAID and its funding partners to provide more funding so that more vulnerable women farmers in the Wa East District can benefit from the 1H1G project. This he said will help reduce poverty while ensuring food and nutrition security in the district.