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Who we are

Striving to build a resilient and reliable coffee value chain, from seed to cup.

Akuapem Coffee Growers Association(ACGA) is a consolidation of all actors in the coffee sector operating within the Akuapem area- consisting of the  Akuapem South, Akuapem North and Okere districts.
The ACGA Serves as a unified body to represent the interests of coffee stakeholders and to promote  the Akuapem Coffee Initiative.

Our belief is that the growth of a new coffee region in West Africa and new product innovation within this space will directly and indirectly create thousands of new sustainable jobs in farming, processing, logistics, finance,and other commercial activities. Activities such as haulage, picking , sorting, bagging are all new potential businesses that can be opened in the communities. Input dealerships , financial institutions ranging from mobile money to rural banks are all expected to emerge once the value chains are strengthened and effective in operation.

Warehousing, trucking , fuel stations, malls , marts, supermarkets, pharmacies etc are long term businesses that regularly establish themselves in market hotspots.

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What are you waiting for?
Join us today.

And let us promote the cultivation of coffee as a catalyst for socio economic change in the Akuapem area, Eastern region of Ghana.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Farm lands are located in generally accessible areas via road and footpath – specific land has already been identified. Farms are mainly situated in the Aburi, Adawso, Apirede, Konkon, Mamfe, Mampong, Panto, Tutu and Tinkong areas.
The Farm lands are located in generally accessible areas via road and footpath – specific land has already been identified. Farms are mainly situated in the Aburi, Adawso, Apirede,  Konkon, Mamfe, Mampong, Panto, Tutu and Tinkong areas.
Current capacity is 60 tons based on 65 acres currently planted, expected to increase to 100 tons in 2022 after planting exercise engaged in 2020.
Current capacity is 60 tons based on 65 acres currently planted, expected to increase to 100 tons in 2022 after planting exercise engaged in 2020.
Pilot project is estimated to require five years to hit the initial 1,000 acre target. The group seeks to average 200 acres planted per annum from the 2021 planting season onwards. The project target is to produce 1,000 acres by 2031.
Pilot project is estimated to require five years to hit the initial 1,000 acre target. The group seeks to average 200 acres planted per annum from the 2021 planting season onwards. The project target is to produce 1,000 acres by 2031.
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Our past, present and future

Meet our experts
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Kissiedu Kwapong
President
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Janice Odonkor
Executive Secretary
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Adelaide Otoo
Treasurer
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