Ayelet Karp, Head of Trade and Financial Mission, Embassy of Israel in Ghana, Liberia & Sierra Leone
Globally, foodstuff protection has grow to be a big concern as the world’s populace increase and all-natural means dwindle.
This means there is an increasing need to have for sensible alternatives for additional efficient farming, safer meals packaging and storage.
Due to the fact the 1950s, the Condition of Israel has been at the forefront of building wise agricultural solutions, which has contributed to their financial achievements.
Israel potential customers the entire world in drip irrigation, getting a lot more grains to the sector, precision agriculture, helping farmers export, dairy farming, and packaging with over 500 agritech firms.
Israelis have not only been acquiring miraculous techniques to eco-friendly their have desert but have also shared their discoveries.
It is in light of this that, the Trade and Economic Mission of Israel in Ghana with the Ministry of Meals and Agriculture and other area companions have teamed up to host the initial ever agribusiness, innovation and technological know-how fair in Accra at June 4, 2019.
Themed “Ghana Grows with Israel (GHrow-IL) Agritech Summit 2019,” the summit is cautiously designed to provide interested Ghanaian corporations in the Agricultural place as effectively as Ghanaian leaders of plan advocacy teams, the possibility to study, interact and develop organization relationship with top Israeli Agri-Tec innovators and senior executives intrigued in entering the Ghanaian current market.
This year’s occasion will emphasis on the following three regions Input Technologies, Present day Agronomic Tactics, and Funding Products in Agribusiness and will give both equally Israel and Ghana possibilities to establish and build new ties via the agricultural price chain in particular with the govt of Ghana’s ‘Planting for Meals and Jobs’ agenda. It will also investigate opportunities on how Ghana can leverage modern know-how to enhance agriculture productivity.
As a super energy in agricultural innovation and technologies, the GHrow-IL Agritech Summit will host about 18 major Israeli Agritech firms these as Adama, AgroTop, BioFeed, Biofishency, Metzer, Netafim, Empower Africa, Arieli, Volcani International Partnerships, Hazerra, Professional Suit Agro, P. A. R. Aviv, O Url, Compostor, BioBee, Agritop, Mottech, Herman Zemel among many others. All organizations are on the lookout to increase their operation in Ghana for the mutual gain of both countries. For additional details, take a look at internet site at www.ghrowil.org.