A local start off-up and agro-tech business, Agro Innova has been crowned the winner of the maiden “Outstanding Agro-Tech Enterprise of the yr award 2019/2020”.
The corporation which works by using easy digital innovation to address difficulties in agriculture was honoured for their function and initiatives have contributed to the progress, accomplishment and development of Ghana’s agro-sector and agriculture sector.
The occasion which was held at Movenpick Ambassador Resort in Accra, noticed a variety of neighborhood businesses as very well as overseas organisations working in the place get distinctive types of award.
Dubbed the Ghana Agriculture and Agro-Processing Awards 2020, the Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister, Elizabeth Afoley Quaye collaborated with stakeholders together with Ghana Navy, Marine Police, Ghana Airforce as properly as the Ministry of Justice and Legal professional General’s Section to enable the sector Ministry and its organizations implement the Fisheries Legal guidelines and Laws inside of Ghana’s Distinctive Financial Zone (EEZ).
“Observer missions ended up carried on all industrial fleet to reduce unlawful, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing routines,” she added.
The Chief Executive Officer of Agro Innova, Moses Mallaghan explained over the a long time, the firm had formulated a poultry farm administration program termed ‘Akokotakra’ which allows Ghanaian poultry farmers to control, examine and make knowledge pushed selections on their poultry small business.
He stated that the firm also operates an Akokomarket on line searching system which connects poultry and livestock farmers to prepared and assured marketplace by just dialing *713*83# or using the cellular application.
The CEO reported the FBS Innova Application, is a crop farm management App that comes with cropping calendar, economic recording, plot size registration, and an education hub to guide the scaled-down holder crop farmers in Africa.
Mr Mallaghan included that the company’s accomplishment highlights its contribution to the digitization and engineering adoption agenda for Africa’s agriculture.
“It serves as a catalyst for the business to consider on key jobs and pursuits in the agritech landscape in Africa,” he reported.
The CEO expressed his profound gratitude to the organisers of the award ceremony, team of Agro Innova and its companions Mest Africa, GPP, CTA, Pitch Agrihack, Kosmos Innovation Heart and the smallholder farmers they work with across Africa.
Other firms which obtained many awards contain Ghana Export Advertising Authority (GEPA), Yara Ghana, Crop Medical professional Ghana Ltd, WAMCO, Nkulenu Industries Ltd, HortiFresh Exports, Day-to-day Meals, JRA Organization, B-Bovid, Agriseed Ltd, Cocoa Investigate Institute, New Tafo, Begreen, Boss Baker Ghana and Addfra.