What We Do

EatSafe Ghana was founded to complement governments’ efforts in addressing food safety and nutrition challenges in Ghana and SSA in particular and other parts of the globe.

We do this through:

  • Capacity development for all actors along the food value chain;
  • Public education and awareness creation using modern and effective communication tools;
  • Evidence-based advocacy for increased investments in food safety and nutrition research, nutrient-dense food production, food processing and distribution;
  • Women and youth empowerment (e.g. training in food processing and preservation and quality management, nutrition-sensitive agriculture, healthy dietary and childcare practices); 
  • Food safety and hygiene-related infrastructural development (provision of handwashing facilities, potable water such as boreholes, places of convenience, simple and basic food processing equipment such as dryers) 
  • Research to generate evidence to influence policy and practice.