Author Archives: jaron-admin-chi-wp

Bentley University President visits Ghana

Joanna Howarth June 22, 2012 President Gloria Cordes Larson recently traveled to Ghana on a “thank you tour,” visiting Bentley’s Ghanaian-led partner organizations that host Bentley students for a variety of 8-week internships. During her one-week stay, President Larson gratefully acknowledged organizations such as the Ghana Poultry Network, Biofil, the Asutsuare Women’s Development Society and […]

U.S. to Support Ghana’s Poultry Industry

NNN November 10 2012 ​ ATLANTA, Nov. 10, (NNN-GNA) – The United States of America Poultry and Egg Export Council (USAPEEC) on Thursday announced its readiness to collaborate with the Ghanaian Poultry Industry to support the sector to improve poultry production and consumption.  The support package would include education and training as well as […]

Ghana Poultry Association to Receive Support

ThePoultrySite News Desk, July 19, 2012 GHANA – The Ghana National Association of Poultry Farmers is to receive a GH¢350,000.00 life-line package to boost the operations of the members and make the poultry industry more vibrant. Kwadwo Asante, the National President, said the money would come from Liberty Commodities Limited, an international trading group. According […]

GAIN Poultry & Products Annual Brief

General Information: Production Commercial poultry production in Ghana grew rapidly during the 1980-1990s, developing into a vibrant sector that supplied about 80 percent of the available chicken meat and eggs in the country. The development of the commercial poultry industry was initially slow, due to the irregular supply of imported day-old chicks, a lack of […]

Ghana Poultry Industry News

Stay up to date with the latest news and research in the poultry industry. Read more…

Micro Finance Program

The past ten-year success of the village poultry program in Ghana has now captured the eyes of the nation as the government of Ghana has recently adopted this model in summer of 2012 and has launched their first micro-finance nationwide poultry program. CHI is planning to expand and replicate the program in remote villages in […]


Orphans of Ghana CHI  has been working in Ghana since 2000.  For several years we had an orphanage which grew to 89 children, with an adjacent school for the orphans. But, regrettably it was recently closed due to lack of funding.  However, we still sponsor some of the children in boarding school as well as other […]

Dairy Project

The Dairy Cow Milking Project addressed the problems created by the scarcity of calcium, protein and other nutrients required to build healthy strong bodies and minds in Ghanaian children.  Lack of these nutritional “building blocks” result in newly weaned toddlers that suffer a from a protein deficiency disease call “Kwashiorkor,” which simply means  “disease of […]

Boarding School & Vocational Programs

The boarding school was set up to provide living quarters for children who may have a home but can not afford the cost of attending school.  The dormitories, which provide the boarding school living quarters, consists of two buildings; one for boys and one for girls.  House parents for the dormitories also live there.  There […]

Pud Housing

A Safe Place for People to​ Learn and Live The objective was to build a premier living environment consisting of a multi-building campus, which provides for the needs of the residents. This community is called a Planned Unit Development (PUD). This facility provides housing for nearly 500 students. Housing for 100 orphaned children consists of 12-ranch style, […]