Dorothy Kamasa

Center for Women and Food Security in Ghana

Kamasa is a farmer and the founder of Center for Women and Food Security-Ghana. She holds a degree in Conservation Biology and Entomology, Diploma in Computer Administration, Diploma in Human resource management, Diploma in Organizational Psychology, Certificate in Media studies and a Certificate in Christian Life and Service.

She’s been a student leader right from basic school through to the university and working had to become a greater leader to my generation and the world at large. She was awarded Miss Agriculture Ghana 2018 1st runner up and Most Disciplined contestant for her relentless contributions in helping rural folks achieve food security. She’s passionate about agricultural development and the wellbeing of rural female farmers. She is a volunteer at teaching rural women agricultural ethics; agricultural resource management and best farming practices that will improve productivity and maximize yield. She is a conservationist, food security advocate and a farmer who drives her inspiration from Philanthropy and volunteerism hence my desire gain more knowledge, network with other experienced African youth and connect with great young entrepreneurs so to improve in my field of work and impact more lives. She desires to be a great agripreneur in the nearest future.

Her vision is to have a well-structured and very passionate non-governmental organization that is concerned about the well-being of rural female farmers and poised with the desire to supporting women in the agriculture value chain.