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The Ghana Commercial Agriculture Project (GCAP) is a Project of the Government of Ghana being implemented by the Ministry of Food and Agriculture. The Project became effective on April 8, 2013. GCAP is funded by a World Bank credit of US$150 million and co-funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) with a grant of US$16.95 million. The USAID grant is administered through the World Bank under a Trust Fund arrangement.

The Project Development Objective (PDO) is to improve agricultural productivity and production of both smallholder and nucleus farms in selected project intervention areas in Ghana. The main Project locations are the Accra Plains and the Northern Development Authority areas.


COMPONENT 1: Facilitating investment promotion in commercial agriculture.

COMPONENT 2: Promoting private sector investments and small-holder linkages in selected areas.

COMPONENT 3: Rehabilitation and modernization of irrigation schemes and reforming of irrigation institutions and management.

COMPONENT 4: Project management, monitoring and evaluation.