Climate Change is real! What should farmers be doing to produce sufficient food?

The farming season has begun. Farmers in the Southern part of Ghana are already busy on their farms. Their colleagues in the Northern part of the country are just starting. Never before, farmers are seeing the reality of climate change: unpredictable rains, hot weathers, strong winds, rising sea levels, etc. As the impact of climate […]

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Be Our Crop Doctor – Apply to Join as an Agronomist!

We are looking for a hands-on person, a dreamer, and a problem solver to join team “pushme” as an agronomist. This is a full-time role targeting young agricultural enthusiasts, who are looking for opportunities to help build prosperous rural farming families. You must therefore be passionate and comfortable with engaging rural farmers regarding their farm […]

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Why Do Farmers Need the Service of an Extension Officer?

For years now, the provision of extension services to farmers has been a challenge in Africa, for that matter Ghana. In Ghana for example the extension officer to farmer ratio is as high as 1:1500 farmers. This means, only one extension officer is responsible to visit the farms of 1500 farmers. If the farmer has […]

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Meet Our Farmers

Meet farmer Valeria Dery (61), one of Tieme Ndo’s gallant farmers. She is a farmer and a weaver. Before she joined Tieme Ndo in 2017, she used to grow maize in her backyard farm. Barely a year after joining Tieme Ndo, she has expanded beyond her backyard farm to cultivating one acre of maize, rice […]

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Opportunity to Empower Smallholder Farmers – Apply to Join Our Team as an Agronomist

Tieme Ndo, a thriving agribusiness startup in Nandom, is looking for an Agronomist for a full time employment role in the organisation. To apply for this opportunity, you should have a high interest in agriculture or working with rural folks. Tieme Ndo was founded in 2017 with the sole mission to transform all rural farmers […]

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Nandom Farmers increase yields by 35%

Over one thousand smallholder farmers in the Nandom District of the Upper West Region have been given improved and certified seeds, fertilizers and ploughing services to help them improve their livelihoods. The farmers were also trained on best agricultural practices and offered extension services to help them increase their yield while avoiding Post-Harvest Losses (PHL). […]

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Volunteering Opportunity at Tieme Ndo Social Enterprise

To young agriculture enthusiasts,  Tieme Ndo, a thriving agribusiness startup in Nandom, is looking for volunteers (especially, students from Upper West) who are interested in getting practical experience in working with farmers or a social enterprise. To apply to volunteer at Tieme Ndo Annual Farmers’ Forum in Nandom.  Tieme Ndo was founded in 2017 with […]

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Tieme Ndo to be represented at One Young World Summit

In early June 2018 one of Tieme Ndo’s co-founders, Sihle Magagula, was selected to represent Swaziland and Tieme Ndo in the upcoming One Young World Summit which is to be held in The Prague, Netherlands. Sihle will be joining over 1400 other young leaders from 196 countries who together will be seeking solutions to the […]

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D-Prize Foundation

D-Prize Foundation Competition, 2017 – won $20,000

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