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Ghana: 10,000 Gardens Project for Africa Unveiled

Mr Philip Amoah, the National Coordinator of Slow Food Ghana, has called for extensive sensitisation and educational approach towards the right usage of weedicides and other chemicals on the environment.

He explained that adopting right chemicals and weedicides on the environment would help the environment to be respected and would be good for citizens' and animals’ health.

“Most of our animals lives in the various water bodies with some grazing on grasses along the various water bodies so when the activities of farmers and individuals who use chemicals on various ways are controlled, it would help the sovereignty of our food to be secured.”

Mr Amoah made the call at the Launch of “Slow Food’s 10,000 Gardens in Africa Project” in Ghana held in Amasaman in the Greater Accra Region.

Nicdalic

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