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42 out of 100 agriculture students left Ghana for Israel for their one-year practical training

The AgroStudies training is a joint project organized by Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Agriculture. In Ghana, the project is a collaboration between the Embassy of Israel, the Ministry of Food and Agriculture, and the AgroStudies of Israel.

Today, 6th October 2021, 42 out of 100 agriculture students left Ghana for Israel for their one-year practical training experience.

Amb.-Designate, H. E. Shlomit Sufa and Deputy Chief of Mission, Ms. @Shani Rapaport Etsiony were at the airport to bid them farewell.

Appreciation was shown to all its partners – MASHAV, @Agrostudies and The Ministry Of Food And Agriculture Ghana.

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