TIAST Ghana partners Stanbic Bank to empower women in agric industry

Category: Local News | Tags(#): TIAST GROUP , GEPA , Stanbic Bank

Published March 15, 2022, 11:12 a.m. by Prince Opoku Dogbey

As part of efforts to empower women in the agricultural sector to acquire technical and financial support, TIAST Ghana together with Stanbic Bank, and the Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA)  have agreed on a partnership to help women in agriculture thrive in the sector. 

In promoting this message to women in agriculture, an upcoming conference will be held on Thursday, March 17 at Canwin Hotel, adjacent to Nungua Junction Mall at 9 am prompt. According to the three bodies, the conference is geared toward educating women in agriculture on the numerous advantages embedded in venturing into agro-processing and the agenda of the organizations to empower women in agriculture by providing financial and technical support for women engaging in agro-processing.

On the part of Stanbic Bank, there is the provision of financial assistance guaranteed by TIAST Ghana to female entrepreneurs, farmers, and investors who show interest in owning an agro-processing factory. In addition to the financial support, TIAST Ghana has revealed that technical support would be given to interested individuals to champion the path of agricultural industrialization. 

Some of the guests announced to be present at the conference are Dr. Afua Asabea Asare, the Chief Executive Officer of GEPA, Mr. Kwamina Asomaning, the Chief Executive Officer of Stanbic Bank, Ms. Paulina Addy, the Director for the Women in Agriculture Development Directorate (W.I.A.D), Mrs. Tina Liu, the Chief Civil Officer of Honghai House, among other speakers.

To register for the conference, please click on the link: https://forms.gle/yxToda3kExwZYGyt6 or visit www.tiastgroup.com or call 0204758888.


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