Initiative for Long-term Training - Ghana
UF/IFAS Global Project Goal
Dates: 2013 -2015
UILTB - GHANA had the goal of training Ghanaian students in Food and Resource Economics. It was a short term project specifically aimed at building their capacity before returning to their home country.
From 2013 to 2015,UILTCB/Ghana supported the training of two Ghanaian professionals (1 woman, 1 man) in Master of Agribusiness (MAB), non-thesis degree programs at UF/IFAS through the USAID Initiative for Long-term Training and Capacity Building (UILTCB).
|Student||1st Year of Study||Home Department||Major Professor|
|Jessica Dorothea Roberts||2013||Agribusiness||John VanSickle, Ph.D.|
|Ishak Shaibu||2013||Agribusiness||John VanSickle, Ph.D.|
DONOR AMOUNT: $111,200
Facts and Figures
Both students completed their studies in the MAB program within the Food and Resource Economics Department during 2014 and were awarded their degrees during 2015.
UILTCB/Ghana is funded by USAID. For more on USAID, visit https://www.usaid.gov/.