Analysis of Ghana’s Non-Traditional Agricultural Exports

Analysis of Ghana’s Non-Traditional Agricultural Exports
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Listing Type: Research Reports

Ajmal Abdulsamad

Duke GVCC collaborated with the Food and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) Monitoring and Analyzing Food and Agricultural Policies (MAFAP) program and the International Trade Center (ITC) on this project that assessed competitive growth opportunities for selected non-traditional export products from Ghana. The product selection and research strategy followed a three-stage process that integrated quantitative and qualitative analytical approaches: i) comparative advantage and competitiveness analyses of Ghana’s agri-food exports; ii) ranking of comparative advantage of agri-food products; iii) product selection and GVC analysis of the mango sector, as the leading export product, for the identification of policy interventions and commercial alliances for action between value chain operators as well as support institutions. The research identified productive capability gaps and areas where policy interventions and private alliances were essential to promote competitive growth of non-traditional exports from Ghana. Consensus on the intervention areas was facilitated through presentations of interim and final findings and recommendations in Accra, Ghana.

Geography: Africa | World
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