his is an exciting opportunity if you want to contribute to community development, as well as get your hands dirty through organic farming. You will work with a farm based in a rural area, at the country side.
They have come up with a long-term strategy that addresses the cycle of poverty, which repeats itself generation after generation in remote communities with little or no access to main areas in Ghana.
As an intern, you will help promote organic agriculture to make sure these rural communities have sustainable access to high-quality organic food as a first step towards building food sovereignty. You could also assist with the foundation of their own microenterprise.
This four-week NGO Management and Organic Farming Internship provides a wonderful opportunity to become involved in community development while using your skills in various areas – marketing, monitoring and reporting, communications, fundraising, etc. You will focus on farm and community garden work, as well as community training.