Ghanaian Farmer TV to Honor Top 50 Women in African Agribusiness

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The Ghanaian Farmer TV has announced it will recognize 50 pioneering women making significant contributions in African agribusiness, in honor of International Women’s Day on March 8th.

The honorees will be selected across agricultural sectors from business innovators to advocacy leaders. One notable criteria for inclusion is overcoming gender barriers in their rise to leadership positions in largely male-dominated fields.

Ghanaian Farmer TV to Honor Top 50 Women in African Agribusiness

“We want to spotlight the incredible achievements of female trailblazers driving progress across the agribusiness value chain,” said Enyonam Manye creator of the Ghanaian Farmer TV initiative. “Their perseverance and impact deserve to be celebrated as inspiration for future generations.”

The Top 50 listing will be featured across media platforms, including the Ghanaian Farmer TV show, the Women in Food and Agribusiness Magazine, and on affiliated organizational websites and social media pages.

Several honorees will also participate in interviews to share advice and insight into advancement opportunities for women aspiring to lead in African agribusiness.

Nominations are open for the recognition program until February 20th. Honorees will encompass diverse sectors such as food production, processing, distribution, marketing, sustainability initiatives, finance, and investment roles.

“We aim for this honor to open doors for the winners through this publicity while also motivating more inclusive participation and leadership in the future,” Enyonam Manye said.

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