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NGO replaces stolen farm equipment for Women farmers group

The Wooredaa Women Farmers group in the Nabdam District of the Upper East Region recently received a water pump machine from the Navrongo-Bolgatanga Catholic Diocesan Development Organization (NABOCADO). This donation was made in response to the theft of the group's previous water pump last October, which had left them struggling to water their vegetables.

NABOCADO is a nonprofit organization focused on promoting and sustaining the integral human development of the poor and marginalized in the Upper East and North East Regions of Ghana. The organization, with funding from MISEREOR, a Catholic Bishops' organization for Development Cooperation in Germany, aims to improve livelihood and food security, quality health and education delivery, equity, and peaceful coexistence.

The Wooredaa Women Farmers group is part of an irrigation project implemented by NABOCADO, which covers 18 communities across the two regions and targets 12 communities for the provision of solar mechanized water systems for vegetable cultivation. The project aims to empower women and serve as an alternative source of livelihood for them to support their families.

Mrs. Modesta Azumah, the leader of the women's group, expressed gratitude to NABOCADO for the kind gesture and promised to guard the farm equipment to realize its purpose. She called on the community members to help the group protect the equipment so that they can support their families and contribute meaningfully to the food basket of the community and the country at large.


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