GAPWM2   1,880  -  0 
GAPWM3   1,240  -  0 
GAPYM2   1,200  -  0 
GAPYM4   1,160  -  0 
GEJWM1   2,622  -  0 
GEJWM2   2,978  -  0 
GEJWM3   2,978  -  0 
GEJWM4   2,560  -  0 
GEJYM2   1,200  -  0 
GEJYM3   1,000  -  0 
GKIWM1   1,820  -  0 
GKIWM2   2,375  -  0 
GKIWM3   1,200  -  0 
GKIWM4   1,100  -  0 
GKIYM2   1,900  -  0 
GKIYM3   1,120  -  0 
GKUWM1   1,480  -  0 
GKUWM2   3.274  -  0 
GKUWM3   1,700  -  0 
GKUWM4   1,700  -  0 
GKUYM1   1,480  -  0 
GKUYM2   3,273  -  0 
GKUYM3   1,120  -  0 
GKUYM4   1,700  -  0 
GSAWM1   1,735  -  0 
GSAWM2   3,410.00  -  0 
GSAWM3   2,684  -  0 
GSAWSS4   3,200  -  0 
GSAYM1   2,535  -  0 
GSAYM2   3,410.00  -  0 
GSAYM3   2,516  -  0 
GTAWM2   3,115.00  -  0 
GTAWM3   1,920  -  0 
GTAWM4   1,100  -  0 
GTAWSO3   1,550  -  0 
GTAYM1   1,480  -  0 
GTAYM2   3,115.00  -  0 
GTAYM3   1,120  -  0 
GTAYSB1   2,800  -  0 
GTAYSB2   5,028.00  -  0 
GWAWM1   1,340  -  0 
GWAWM2   3,099  -  0 
GWAWM3   1,200  -  0 
GWAYM1   3,099  -  0 
GWAYM2   3,400.00  -  0 
GWAYM3   1,100  -  0 
GWAYSB1   2,000  -  0 
GWAYSB2   5,129    5,028 
GWEWM1   1,340  -  0 
GWEWM2   2,559  -  0 
GWEWM3   2,695  -  0 
GWEWM4   2,694  -  0 
GWEYM1   1,760  -  0 
GWEYM2   1,740  -  0 
GBOAMSMR2   3,757  -  0 
GJUAMSMR3   6,240  -  0 
GJUAMSMR4   5,212  -  0 
    

News | Ghana Commodity Exchange

GCX UNDERTAKES AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS IN SANDEMA, TUMU, WA AND KINTAMPO

Date : 25th Jan, 2022


GCX UNDERTAKES AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS IN SANDEMA, TUMU, WA AND KINTAMPO image


On Monday 15th November 2021, Ghana commodity Exchange began a two weeks extensive campaign in some of the farming communities specifically the Upper East, Upper West and Bono East region of Ghana. The team visited four communities namely, Sandema, Tumu, Wa and Kintampo respectively. The campaign was organized to create awareness and educate these communities, especially farmers on the products and services the Exchange has to offer and to strengthen the relationship with existing members.

The Team’s first stop was at Sandema in the Builsa North District, where courtesy calls were paid to the Overlord of Builsa, Nab- Azagsuk Azantillow II,  the Municipal Chief Executive of Builsa North Municipal District Madam Vida Anaab Akantagriwen.  Madam Akantagriwen welcomed the team and said, “it is a great blessing to have such an initiative in the Builsa North Municipality because farmers in district community usually complain of inadequate facilities hence suffering post-harvest losses, but I believe that the existence of the Ghana Commodity Exchange has come to lift this burden off the shoulders of many farmers”.

 Also, in Tumu courtesy calls were paid to the Tumu Traditional Council and were received by the Paramount Chief’s representative Kuoro Mahamadu Zakaria Savei IV who was pleased with the GCX initiative, the team also paid a courtesy call to the MOFA Director’s office and were received by Mr. Samuel Akwertey who mentioned that, the Ghana Commodity Exchange plays a vital role in the livelihood of framers in the community and so will be supported by the MOFA office in executing their mandate.

 In the same vein, the team visited the Wa municipality where courtesy calls were also paid to the paramount chief of the Wala traditional area The Overlord Wa-Naa Fuseini Pelpuo V, Wa -Naa reiterated that post-harvest loss among other challenges becomes a problem and farmers suffer losses and said the presence of GCX will make farmers be rest assured with cultivating more produce. A courtesy call was also paid to the MOFA Director Mr. Huudu Abu and the Municipal Chief Executive Alhaji Issahuku Tahiru Moomen.

 The team ended the two weeks campaign at Kintampo in the Bono East region, courtesy calls were paid to the Kintampo Hene Nana Awutti Kuffour II, the Municipal Chief Executive of Kintampo North District Mr.Isaac Baffoe, and the MOFA Director Mr. Yambor Simon.

 As part of the activities carried out at the various areas visited, the team visited local radio stations in all the communities to educate members of the communities on the GCX ecosystem, the process of trading on the Exchange and products and services available, a float was also organized in these communities to create awareness of the presence of GCX in their community and a one on one interaction with members of the community.

 

 

 

The visit to the various communities was crowned with a meeting with farmers, members and partners at the GCX warehouse in the community, where there was an in-depth explanation of GCX products and services and also addressed some questions and concerns. This posed to be very interactive as members of the communities asked lots of questions for a better understanding of how they can benefit by working with the Exchange.