Mavis Aboko a student of the University of Education, Winneba has been awarded STAR WOMAN AGRIPRENEUR OF THE YEAR” by Agrihouse foundation in partnership with Canada, Yara Ghana, and Absa Bank Ghana.





Tertiary  a student of the University of Education, Winneba has been awarded STAR WOMAN AGRIPRENEUR OF THE YEAR” by Agrihouse foundation in partnership with Canada, Yara Ghana, and Absa Bank Ghana.
The prestigious award is designed to recognize the effort of incredible women in agribusiness, shedding lights on their endeavors and rewarding their industry.
As the Founder of May Farms Africa, an agribusiness that produces Cotton, maize, groundnuts, yellow melon and vegetables, the young intellectual and industrious agribusiness woman Mavis Aboko was nominated earlier this year, after series of interviews and documentaries of her Farms, eventually, Mavis was adjourned winner of the 2021 edition as the “STAR WOMAN AGRIPRENEUR OF THE YEAR” at the GOLD IN THE SOIL AWARDS 2021.
This year marks the 3rd season or edition of the GOLD IN THE SOIL AWARDS 2021. Started in 2019.
The GOLD IN THE SOIL AWARDS recognizes young ladies in any field of Agribusiness, who is seen to be excelling in terms of service delivery and income performance and already a great role model, mentoring young girls in her community
Ms. Mavis Aboko is a final year (level 400) student of the University of Education, Winneba, where she is reading Political Science Education as major area, and Social Studies Education as minor area
Ms. Mavis Aboko is the President of Harvest Youth Movement (HAY) of the “Youth Harvest Foundation Ghana”, a youth led organization that focuses on community and youth development.
Mavis is also a business Mentor at CAMA, Bongo District in the North East Region, where mentors business startups on how to scale for growth.
She is also a member of the United Nations Youth Association Ghana and the Current Miss Peace Ambassador for North East Region.

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