Despite facing economic challenges, including disparities and limited opportunities for youth, Ghana's government has implemented significant reforms to attract investment and drive growth. With 36% of the population, youth are a primary focus for development initiatives. The agricultural sector, which employs 52% of the workforce and contributes 20% to GDP, is integral to the country's economic success.

This case study examines the impact of ICT on socio-economic activities, particularly for young people, and outlines strategies to engage and empower youth in the agrifood sector. Overall, it emphasizes the government's dedication to addressing economic challenges and promoting sustainable development in Ghana.


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