Alhassan was a Senior Accounting Assistant at the institute for interdisciplinary Research and Consultancy Services of the University for Development Studies-Tamale, Ghana. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in B’com. from the University of Cape Coast- Ghana (2012) and Holds an Msc. in Financial Management at the institute of Local government studies and also a student of ICA – Ghana. He worked at Ghana Health service, Organic Mango Out growers Association (OMOA, as an account whiles working in this various institutions he doubles up as an Auditor at AIM Financial Consult
On April 26 2019, Orcas team and partners performed field visitation and stakeholder consultation to sign more VSLAs to it’s Maize Out-grower business in Kpashegu traditional area. Five (5) VSLAs in Nyamaliga, Tunteiya and Kpanshegu communities were brought on-board.
Orcas Global made a move to assist physically challenge group of women to kick-start farming livelihood in northern Ghana. We will support these women with agro inputs to bring under cultivation a total of 80 acres of land. Orcas team reached this noble determination during an interactive session with 40 physically challenged women of Great Initiate Foundation in Nyankpala.
Farmers Immediate Respite: Confronted with fast depleting soil nutrient levels, our company’s immediate solution to curtail food insecurity in Ghana is to fortify crops with the requisite nutrient to enhance yields in the meantime.
Orcas Global Ltd and Jamvis Enterprise entered into a Memorandum of Understanding in April 2019. Appending signatures, for Orcas Global and its partners often does not only display two parties entering into a simple game with rules and regulations.
At Orcas Global, financial self-reliance, availability and equality of opportunities is anchored on the VSLA model. The recent past has been very turbulent times when it comes to keeping and raising financial credit with guaranteed future by smallholder farmers.
It was conspicuous in our reconnaissance viists in some communities in northern region of Ghana, that the concerns of lack of funds, reliance on single cropping season, knowledge about fertiliser blends, weedicides, market amongst others
As part of measures to revitalise the interest of our farmers in northern Ghana and the country at large, staff of Orcas Global and other well-meaning individuals took part in advocacy and training on January 28, 2019 at the office of Orcas Global in Tamale.