The Abrono Organic Farming Project (ABOFAP) is an integrated community-based organization established in 1992. Non-profit making Organization registered with registrar General Department and also belongs to a networks and collaborate with relevant Institutions and Organizations.

Members of ABOFAP holding their heirloom seeds.


Sustainable and Environmental friendly Agriculture for poor Rural farm families.


ABOFAP Links – up farmer Organizations to Service Providers to access information skills and knowledge and advocating voice for the rural communities.

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Brong-Ahafo holds workshop on community planning

Techiman (B/A), June 16, GNA – A two-day workshop on advocacy, monitoring and evaluation for implementation of community action plans initiated by Abono Organic Farming Projects (ABOFAP) under the auspices of Care International-Ghana, has ended. The workshop organized by ABOFAP and sponsored by Care International-Ghana, brought together 50 participants made up of unit committees, assembly … Continue reading Brong-Ahafo holds workshop on community planning

Food Security workshop opens in Techiman

Techiman (B/A), March 28, Ghanadot/GNA – A two-day workshop aimed at ensuring food security by enhancing the capacity of a network of producers in the Techiman area opened on Thursday in Techiman. The workshop, organized by the Techiman Municipal Food Security Network and Abrono Organic Farming Project (ABOFAP) with support from Care International, was being … Continue reading Food Security workshop opens in Techiman

Communities pilot chemical free agriculture

The population in Techiman municipality relies on agriculture and approximately half of the households are involved in some form of agricultural activity. Pests and disease are a severe problem for agriculture in Ghana, and it is estimated that 45 percent of annual crops get destroyed because of this (National Development Planning Commission, 2010). Consequently, pesticides … Continue reading Communities pilot chemical free agriculture

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