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Title: Consultancy training report on good handling of cereals and vegetables, organised for extension officers, wiad officers and civil servants from Department of Food and Agriculture, Ketu South
Authors: Ofori, H.
Oduro-Yeboah, C.
Asiamah, E.
Padi, A.
Keywords: Training;Ghana;Cereals;Vegetables;Postharvest handling
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: CSIR-Food Research Institute, Accra
Abstract: The training took place at Ketu South Municipal Assembly conference room, Ketu South. A total of twenty-two (21) participants including Agriculture Extension Officers, NABCO-Agriculture Extension Officers, WIAD Officers and Civil Servants were trained. Participants were 67% Males and 33% Females (Figure 1). The duration of the training was 6th-10 September, 2021 and started at exactly 8:30 am on Monday 6th September with arrival and registration of participants. One of the participants gave the opening prayer which was followed with a welcome address by Mr. William Ayitevi, District Director of MoFA, Ketu South (Figure 2). The purpose of the training was given by Dr. Charlotte Oduro-Yeboah who stressed on the need for good postharvest handling of cereals and vegetables
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