CARPS student

Amma Kissiwaa Amoateng

Amma Kissiwaa Amoateng (Ghanaian) was born in Greater Accra Region of Ghana. Even though born in Accra, the capital city of Ghana, I have always been in touch with agriculture through working with smallholder farmers. These encounters is is where my love for Agriculture stems from and I have been studying Agriculture since 2003 when I went to Senior Secondary School. I hold a second class lower division in BSc Agricultural Science from the University of Cape Coast. I am a RUFORUM CARP+ project funding beneficiary pursuing MPhil Crop Science at the University of Cape Coast and specialising in Protection. I am very much interested in pursuing Agriculture on a large scale in future and to also work with smallholder farmers through contract farming and the out-grower systems. Through this I hope to use sustainable Agriculture and protection knowledge to help alleviate poverty in small scale farm households. It’s also my utmost desire to pave way for more females to come into Agriculture and help make agriculture “cool” again for the youth

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