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  B-BOVID, We Win When We all Win

B-BOVID is an Agribusiness based on social entrepreneurship principles. We are promoting a new model of socially-inclusive commercial farming combining innovative agricultural practices with ecological farming.

We want to use the power of business to solve social and environmental problems through innovation and technology in Agriculture.

When it comes to agriculture, everybody within the value should be a winner. Farmers toil in the hot sun, day-in and day-out, but often reap very little in terms of financial benefit. We want to help change this and improve the livelihoods of farmers and in turn, their communities.





Twenty Ghanaian companies have been selected by the London Stock Exchange as having the ability to inspire Africa the year 2019.
Among other things, the companies were recognized for proving the ability to provide leadership for the next generation of African entrepreneurs.


Moringa SCA SICAR (Moringa), the European impact investment fund specialized in agroforestry companies with strong environmental and social impact, has partnered B-BOVID Limited, a Ghanaian agribusiness company.





Rt Honorable Desmond Swayne's visit formed part of the Minister’s agenda of gathering information on the impact of the oil find on the business community, the fisher folks and inhabitants along the coastlines and to also familiarize himself with the social inclusive business model of B-BOVID.


The Jubilee Oil Field Partners made up of GNPC, PetroSA, Tullow, KOSMOS and Anadarko through B-BOVID have introduced the Livelihood Diversifictation and Support Project (LDSP) to improve and enhance the economic lifestyle of fishermen in six coastal districts of the Western Region.

  Issa Quedraogo Challenges Graduates to Venture into Agri-Business


The Chief Executive Officer of Bbovid, an integrated, multi-purpose agri-business development Center based in the Mpohor District of the Western Region, has challenged graduates and the youth of Ghana to venture into agri-business as a viable means of self-employment and sustainable livelihood.

He said Ghana has favorable climatic and weather conditions and a good soil to support viable agri-business of any kind. He has therefore challenged the youth to fully explore the vast opportunities available in agro-industry to achieve their dreams.

Mr. Quedraogo said these during an interaction on News 3, a popular radio station based in Accra. He said many countries do not have the conducive climatic conditions that are abound in Ghana, and yet, they still manage to engage in farming.

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  Japan provides $2.8m grant to develop Ghana’s agric sector


More than $2.8 million grant has been approved by the Japan Social Development Fund (JSDF) for the commercial cultivation of vegetables in four regions in the country.

Under the grant name, Peri-urban Commercial Vegetables Value Chains for Poverty Reduction and Food Security, the money, which is to be disbursed through the World Bank (WB), is also expected to be used for the establishment of vegetable warehousing and irrigation systems for better post-harvest handling and market linkages in the Greater Accra, Western, Eastern and Volta regions.

The Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA) is the implementing agency, while the main target groups include smallholder and less-resourced vegetable producers.

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The Western Regional Minister, Dr. Kwaku Afriyie, has recommended B-BOVID, an agribusiness that thrives on social entrepreneurship at Kejebil in the Ahanta West District of the Western Region, for government’s support.    read more... B-BOVID is a Social Enterprise. It stands for Building Business On Values Integrity & Dignity and is inspired by the principles of humanity that cuts across all religions and upon the Values, Integrity and Dignity of our ancestors.                 read more...




B-BOVID believes that communities are endowed with natural resources that if harnessed can translate the fortunes of its people. The latter, being resources themselves, are equally endowed to harness their natural resources to alleviate poverty and build a life of wellbeing and dignity as they optimize their potentials for themselves and society at large. B-BOVID, being a social entrepreneur, believes that facilitating community transformation can be accelerated when communities adopt its proven change processes of building agribusiness founded on integrity and national development.

B-BOVID has positioned itself to provide capacity building for resilience to climate change, food security and enhanced incomes through agribusiness. By these all will win the battle against poverty as B-BOVID as won in the transformation for wealth creation. B-BOVID has adopted this approach in its NGO programme, Transforming Rural Agricultural Communities Through Organic Re-engineering (TRACTOR), and communities impacted on have life skills to increase incomes and improved household wellbeing.

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B-BOVID limited consist of the Palm oil mill, Palm kernel oil mill, organic fertilizer processing factory and organic feed processing factory. 

We make the following products:

  • Palm oil mill

  • Palm kernel oil mill

  • Organic fertilizer

  • processing

  • Organic feeds processing

B-BOVID farms includes: Plantation, Nursery, Vegetable farm, Animal farm, Aquaculture, Bee farm, Eco-garden ‘Garden of Eden’ and B-BOVID mart.

Plantation: The company has an oil palm plantation. The plantation is about 300 acres grown organically. Although the produce from the plantation are taken to the palm oil mill for processing, most of the palm fruit process are brought in by the farmers.

B-BOVID innovation centre includes; ICT in Agriculture Centre, Agricultural Mechanization centre, Alternative Livelihood Centre, Agro-Eco Tourism and Sammy Engineering and Technology Works.

ICT in Agriculture centre: B-BOVID’s modern ICT in agriculture centre is where small scale farmers and the youth are trained and supported to use ICT to improve productivity, access the market and create a platform for knowledge and information sharing.

B-BOVID MART Is the unit of the group that brings our farm product to the consumer as a finished products in form of Agro Product, General Merchant and Organic Restaurant. 

Agro product: It is the B-BOVID market where all kinds of agro product are sold. Starting from seeds, farm implement and all necessary farm input.

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The model is based on using inclusive business and social entrepreneurship concept with corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities of other corporate organisation for the benefit of communities with in the western Region.

B-BOVID a social enterprise which is actively involved in agro processing, is interested in operating an out grower scheme for oil palm and vegetables. B-BOVID will under this scheme ensure there is a ready market for farmers and will share profit with the farmers/community forming part of the scheme.

TRACTOR an NGO and the field partners of B-BOVID will be involved in training the farmers and also rendering technical advisory services.

These two entities seek to work with the following institutions:

   -  The universities/educational institutions

   -  Communities

   -  Chiefs

   -  Development Partners

   -  Corporations

   -  Local Government



Produce and supply high quality organic and biodiversity products such as palm oil, palm kernel oil, vegetable oils, vegetables, and fertilizers for the domestic and international markets.


Become a leading medium-sized company that provides organic and biodiversity products, advocates for ecological farming and brings the best science to bear on the needs of decision makers in relation to the links between human development (people), ecosystems (planet), business (profit) and sustainability.




Create direct and indirect job opportunities for women and the youth.



Produce affordable but high quality fertilizer to improve the productivity of rural farmers



Higher income for farmers since organic produce has more value and sells for higher prices.



Reduce cost of community or municipal waste management: Composting also extends community or municipal landfill life by diverting oil palm waste and other organic materials from landfills and provides a less costly alternative to conventional methods of remediating (cleaning) contaminated soil.


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