The Miss Agriculture Ghana project pageant seeks to promote interests of women in agriculture. After two successful editions, the pageant has gained deserved attention from the Ghanaian public space and is registering itself globally.

The launch for the 2020 edition did outdoor 9 beautiful women who will contest for the crown and spend 13 weeks to embark on industrial trips, gather field experience and undergo career development programs. The contestants have different educational backgrounds but are with notable interests in agriculture.

We will take time to know every one of the contestants, their areas of interest and dial-codes to voting for your favourite contestant.


#1. Diana

For her agricultural project, dubbed “Market Queen”, she aims to contribute to global efforts  to reduce inefficiencies in the agricultural supply chain. 


#2.  Naliz

She is an advocate for young women in poultry farming


#3. Patience

She started the “Nwa Pa”n two months ago and now sells the Achantina and African Giants snails to snail lovers for great delicacies. With the requisite training in the near future, she intends to expand her snail farm and business.


#4.  Ama

Her project is to advocate for more women  in the agricultural mechanization sector.


#5. Mercy

She is passionate about promoting the nutritional and medicinal benefits of dandelion and other vegetables.


#6. Abena

She is an advocate for the production, consumption and export of Ghanaian local rice.


 #7. Maame

She promotes production and consumption of locally made products.


#8. Akua

Her project is on the poultry value chain.


#9.  JB

She is an advocate for the consumption of locally made products.

Aside voting through the individually assigned shortcodes, fans can also like and share pictures of their favourite contestant on social media with the tag @missagricghana.

Miss Agriculture Ghana 2020 is themed Building your immune system through food and nutritional security, a fight against COVID-19 and other related diseases.

This year’s event is sponsored by CASA de ROPA and supported by Blue Skies Ghana, Bel-Aqua drinking water, Food Factory Limited, Goat Masters, Center for No-Till Agriculture, Lola’s Locks and Braiding Center,, RussellRony Multimedia and powered by MediaBillo.