Agri-Impact Group received prestigious recognition from the Chartered Institute of Supply Chain Management (CISCM) during their maiden awards and recognition ceremony at the Accra International Conference Center on January 13, 2024, for being the Best Organization in Development Economics for 2023.
This underscores the company’s pivotal role in driving greenhouse vegetable production and marketing advancements in Ghana through the YUGEP Greenhouse project, funded by Ghana EXIM Bank. The Agri-Impact Group was also commended for its substantial contributions to various value chains and agribusiness initiatives not only in Ghana and Africa but also in Jamaica within the Caribbean region.
Special mention was made of the company’s leading role in the implementation of the HAPPY Project in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation and eight other institutions in Ghana. This transformative and ambitious HAPPY initiative aims to create dignified employment for over 320,000 young individuals, encompassing women, men, and persons with disabilities, within the rice, soya, tomatoes, and poultry value chains, while simultaneously working towards reducing national imports.
Agri-Impact views these awards as more than just achievements because CISCM is an institute that has extensive presence and reach across all sectors of the economy. Mr. Daniel Acquaye, the CEO of Agri-Impact Group, expressed appreciation for the recognition, highlighting the crucial role of integrated supply chain management in agribusiness, especially concerning the development, mobilization, and aggregation of raw materials for the industry and emerging factories. Addressing this challenge is essential for agribusiness firms, and Agri-Impact Group is eager to collaborate with CISCM to alleviate this bottleneck within agribusiness value chains.
Mr. Acquaye also acknowledged the dedication and contributions of the company’s staff and partners, emphasizing their collective efforts in achieving this remarkable milestone.
About Agri impact Group
Agri Impact Group of companies comprises of three strong companies. Leading the charge is Agri-Impact Consult Limited (AIL) is a private agribusiness firm with more than a decade-long track record of providing exceptional agricultural advisory, project management and development services.
The second is the Agribusiness in Sustainable Natural African Plant Products (ASNAPP), an international NGO established in 1999. ASNAPP’s primary mission is to alleviate poverty and hunger in rural African communities through sustainable production, harvesting, and marketing of indigenous plant products.
The third company is the Fresh Logistics Limited (FLL), specializes in the sales and marketing of high-quality fresh vegetables produced under stringent quality control standards. By ensuring that the produce meets international standards, FLL has successfully positioned Ghana as a reliable supplier of fresh agricultural products.
Source: Agri-Impact Group