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2019 SPHI Brief 41. Ghana’s KNUST: Equipping the next generation of sweetpotato change maker.

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in collaboration with its partners is repositioning sweetpotato in Ghana’s food economy for health and wealth creation, making it an entrepreneurial hub in Africa. The capacities of participants of its annual Sweetpotato Training of Trainers (ToT) Course dubbed “Everything you need to …
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SPHI Brief 44: Ghana's KNUST: Creating an Entrepreneurial Hub for Young Africans

As part of contribution to reposition sweetpotato in Ghana’s food economy for health and wealth creation, KNUST in collaboration with its partners, encouraged more students to partake in the 3rd Edition of the Sweetpotato Training of Trainers (ToT) Course dubbed “Everything you need to know about sweetpotato”. At the end …
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Ghana hosts second Training-of-Trainers’ course on “Everything you need to know about sweetpotato”

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Ghana has hosted its second Training-of-Trainers’ course on “Everything you need to know about sweetpotato.” The training was held in the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi-Ghana and Centre for Scientific and Industrial Research-Crops Research Institute (CSIR-CRI), Fumesua-Ghana from the 22nd May to 2nd June, 2017. The …

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Prof. Ibok Oduro talks about the excitement of sweetpotato processing

Oduro facilitates a panel discussion on youth and gender at the 2016 Marketing, Processing and Utilization Community of Practice meeting in Tanzania

“I’m always very excited to work with sweetpotato because you can look at its nutrient strength and tap into that strength to develop products for all age groups, from the young to the old,” says Prof. Ibok Oduro, the head of the Department Food Science and Technology at Kwame Nkrumah University of …

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