Joseph Brenyah

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Name: Joseph Brenyah
Organization: CHRISTIAN VOLUNTEER SERVICE INTERNATIONAL
Website: http://www.cvsighana.com
Title: PRESIDENT
Bio:
Joseph Brenyah is an experienced administrator, clergyman and consultant of high standing in the industrial, mining, agricultural and social philanthropy/entrepreneur sectors, with training in management, industrial chemistry, French, theology, HIV/AIDS, water and sanitation, small-scale industrial technologies and co-operatives. In the social entrepreneurship sector, he had been involved actively for the past twenty five years and had established four NGOs and four networks for agriculture/environment, health, advocacy, water and sanitation. He had headed many reputable companies in Nigeria and Ghana and is presently in charge of Christian Volunteer Service International, a non-governmental organization and Moringa Oleifera Farms and Industries Limited, a hybrid social enterprise/venture. Some current programs under his care include: Productive Agricultural Linkages and Market Systems (PALMS) and Affordable Nutrients/Technologies for Agricultural Breakthroughs programs. Establishment of appropriate small scale technologies to transform the rural and urban areas with a strong bias for the environment, agriculture, water and sanitation and in an atmosphere of strong human rights for all and access to finance for the underprivileged are foremost in his heart. He seeks to establish a new social order/system with the creation of a new type of social entrepreneur who will partner with the private sector to effectively reach out to rural and urban communities for their development and spread the message of hope to the underprivileged in society, thereby giving them voice and ability to change their situation for the better.

Challenge Entries

Productive Agriculture Linkages and Marketing Systems (P.A.L.M.S.) program pools appropriate technologies and resources together to facilitate agricultural food chains with strengthened organizational capacities and linkages for sustainable production and marketing.

May 14, 2013 / 1 Comments / in Environment, Technology, Women's issues, Sustainable agriculture

Affordable Nutrients/Technologies for Agricultural Breakthroughs program produces needed natural nutrients or solutions that give optimal health and economical advantage to man, environment and the soil using the sea, the desert and the moringa tree with appropriate production technologies

Integrated Maternal and Paediatric Care (IMAPAC) reaches out effectively to young women, mothers and children in hard to reach and underserved populations in the eight districts of southern Volta region. The program has a threefold approach: 1. Education 2. Community Based System Strengthening and 3. Health Care System Strengthening.

Productive Agriculture Linkages and Marketing Systems (P.A.L.M.S.) program pools appropriate technologies and resources together to facilitate moringa, vegetable and fruit supply chain with proper and strengthened organizational capacities and linkages for sustainable production and marketing both local and export.