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September Newsletter

September 29th, 2016, AgriCorps

Welcome Home 2015-2016 Fellows On June 24 we welcomed our second class of Fellows back from Ghana.  The 2015-2016 Fellows started 19 new 4-H/Future Farmer type clubs, hosted the first ever 4-H Ghana public speaking contest, trained more than 80 agriculture teachers on experiential learning and trained more than 900 4-H advisors on club creation […]

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A day of SWAB (Sweet Potatoes, Water, Ants & Bread)

September 23rd, 2016, AgriCorps

Walking through a very “bushy” school farm today I see something that looks very familiar, the purple and green leaves of a sweet potato vine!!! Us North Carolinians pride ourselves on this “dirt candy” and love to eat our top commodity in a variety of ways. However, unlike North Carolina, these sweet potatoes had somewhat […]

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Job Posting: Director of Programs in Africa

September 16th, 2016, AgriCorps

Director of Programs in Africa Position Summary: The Director of Programs in Africa is responsible for the placement, training, supervision, safety and support of approximately twelve AgriCorps Fellows (ACFs) during their term of service in Ghana and Liberia. They are also the primary liaison with host-country implementing and strategic partners. Duties include: ACF safety and […]

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