Broadspectrum, Melcom, Amas Farms Partner Agrihouse Foundation for Ghana Poultry Day

the Ghana Chicken Festival

Broad spectrum, Melcom, Amas Farms, are among leading organizations supporting this year’s Ghana Poultry Day and the 3rd Ghana Chicken Festival, at the forecourt of the State House, on Saturday, July 1, 2023.

Other organizations also providing financial and technical support include Qualiplast, Chilli Belly, Boris B Chicken, Flour Mills, Maphilix Trust Ghana Limited, Fidelity Bank, ADDFRA, Dainess Chief School, Joerees Farms, and Agrogenics Ltd.

In a press statement, Executive Director of Agrihouse Foundation, Ms. Alberta Nana Akyaa Akosa, said the contributions of these organizations reinforce the importance of collaborations and further highlights the pivotal roles they play in the growth and success of Ghana’s poultry industry.

“The Ghana Poultry Day and the 3rd Ghana Chicken Festival, would not be possible without the support of these sponsors, and we are uttermost grateful for their support,” she said.

She said this year’s exciting full day event would not only highlight the immense potentials of Ghana’s poultry industry, but also provide a platform for industry networking and knowledge sharing among stakeholders.

While all sponsors have reiterated the need for intensive advocacy, platforms, interventions and events that highlight the contributions of poultry sector stakeholders to national growth and development, implementing partners like Ghana Egg Secretariat, Ghana Poultry Farmers Association, and National Farmers and Fishermen Awards Winners Association of Ghana, have joined Agrihouse Foundation to urge government to institutionalize July 1 as Ghana Poultry Day.

Official media partners for the Ghana Poultry Day and the 3rd Ghana Chicken Festival includes; Kantanka TV EIB Network, Angel FM and TV and Uniq Fm.

“We are grateful to all these organizations who are collaborating and supporting our cause because they believe in the vision. Their sponsorship demonstrates their dedication to fostering growth and excellence within the poultry sector,” Ms. Akosa said.

The Ghana poultry Day and 3rd Ghana Chicken Festival is scheduled for Saturday, July 1, 2023. It will be an unforgettable experience, displaying the achievements, challenges, and potential of Ghana’s poultry sector.

The poultry sector is indeed an essential part of the agriculture industry and in recognition of this all – important sector, Members of parliament, CEO of Various Companies, Tv and Radio personalities across the country will be cooking up a storm with their own chicken dishes as a way of raising awareness about the importance of our local poultry products.

Attendees can expect activity line-ups including exhibitions, enlightening panel discussions from various key stakeholders in the poultry sector, culinary, cultural festivities that celebrate the essence of Ghana’s rich poultry heritage, talk on Nutritional values of poultry and Egg dishes training.

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