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Feb 26, 2016
Minimizing Postharvest Losses Among Smallholder Tomato Farmers in Ghana

Postharvest losses in Ghana are not just an agricultural marketing problem; they are a matter of life and death.

In Ghana’s Upper East Region, high rates of suicide are reported among tomato farmers who have lost their crops, their markets, and their livelihoods. Many can’t earn a living, despite the fact that Ghana is the world’s second-largest importer of tomato paste.

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AWARD Fellow Mavis Owureku-Asare is Research Scientific Officer at the Biotechnology and Nuclear Agriculture Research Institute, Ghana Atomic Energy Commission.

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