Print This The donation is as part of the Yara Group CEO's gift to women farmers Yara Ghana limited a leading name in the fertilizer industry in Ghana has donated quantities of fertilizer products to two women farming groups in Ghana. The donation is as part of the Yara Group CEO's gift to women farmers in Africa which is an annual donation they mostly embark on. The donation this year was aimed at providing a complete crop nutrition solution for maize to cover an acre each for a season to women farmers in total which have been divided equally into two. The work done with these two women farmer groups by the Yara Ghana team impressed the panel that awarded the donation to Ghana.
The Centrality of the Word of God 2. See more General information The facts of the beginnings of the PCG are now so well known that one does not need to repeat the details here.
The stories of the heroic decision of the Basel Mission to undertake mission work in the Gold Coast and the sacrifices that they had to make to sustain the mission continue to be cited with pride and gratitude to God by many Ghanaians today.
The year will forever remain significant in the life of our church because this was the year of arrival of the very first missionaries from Basel. The Basel Mission that sent them had been founded in mainly businessmen, industrialists and philanthropists who wanted to make a totally different impact on Africa that their slave trading compatriots had done.
They were interested in a practical demonstration of Christian love to fellow human beings, and therefore attracted people from varying backgrounds and expertise. The reason for demanding these qualities was obvious.
They were not going to be the first to attempt evangelization in the Gold Coast. As far back asPortuguese Catholics had arrived on the Gold Coast and had attempted to spread the Gospel, but had failed woefully because many other motives accompanied their evangelization motive.
After a few years, commercial interest totally submerged that of the Gospel. The slave trade made it difficult, if not impossible for any clear distinction to be made between missionaries and traders. Soon the recipients of the good news became victims of slavery, and mammon planted his kingdom where Christ's should have been.
Other nations also made a few half-hearted attempts with no lasting results. In the early 18th century, the Moravians had also embarked on an ambitious evangelization propaganda, beginning from Elmina and ending in failure at Christiansborg.
The period between these attempts and the arrival of the Basel Mission was, for the ordinary observer, an era of fruitless endeavour, but from the perspective of God's salvation history, it was a preparatory period for the baptism of fire that was to come.
The abolition of the slave trade at the beginning of the 19th century was an indication that something new was going to happen in the Gold Coast. The Basel Mission was that new thing. The first event of significance in our history therefore was the arrival of the first missionaries form Basel.
When they arrived at Osu, it was exactly one week before Christmas and two weeks before the end of the year. Symbolically, they had come to witness the birth of Christ in the Gold Coast in a new way. Hardly anything of significance is known to have happened in the short period of stay of these first missionaries, for all four of them died before the end of the following year.
However, the few months of their lives that they spent in Osu must have touched a few lives. For eight months, they interacted with the people of Osu, started learning the Ga language, made a few friends and even attempted starting a school.
Their immediate successors who arrived in made similar efforts, renting a house at Osu and living among the people. Two of the three who came also died within missionaries has been largely overlooked in the narration of our history, often due to the attention given to the work of Andreas Riis whose commitment and industry ensured that the mission was not abandoned.
It was he who in the face of much frustration and possible death, took the bold decision to move from Osu to Akropong to make a new attempt. He also initiated exploratory moves into Akyem and other areas before returning to Basel in It is however necessary to put these other missionaries out of obscurity and acknowledge their role however little, in our history.39 TOKUGAWA NARIAKI War Is Preferable to Peace—Japan 40 YI IK Criticisms of Catholicism—Korea 41 AN CHONGBOK The Weakness of Catholicism—Korea “Teacher,” she would begin; “were you brought here from your town in Akuapem to beat our children or to teach them?” She wouldn’t wait for a reply 21 By sustaining demand for large masses of purely unskilled labor, these rural works programs indeed provide an important contribution towards a simultaneous solution to the problems of rural employment, income distribution, and growth.
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Contribute to Vizzuality/iom development by creating an account on GitHub. At a ceremony to present the fertilizers to the DAA at Timber Nkwanta in the Akuapem North Municipality of the Eastern Region, Mr Danquah Addo-Yobo, the Managing Director of Yara Ghana, said the aim of the presentation was to support the women farmers to .
sustaining the peace in akuapem The unity of Akuapem has been affected by conflicts in relation to chieftaincy and for that matter the traditional political structure of the area.
This has gone a long way to affect its growth and development.