Institutions: directory

By default records are diaplayed in alphabetical order by name. Clicking on a column header will sort records according to that header.
Name Country Institution type Year File attachments Chief Executive Officer Chief Executive Officer Address
African University College of Communications Ghana Educational Institution 2002 Professor Margaret J. Crabbe Discovery House,No.2 Jones Nelson Link, Off Kojo Thompson Road. Adabraka, Accra, Ghana.
Accra Institute of Technology Ghana Educational Institution 2009 Professor. Clement Dzidonu, President of AIT P.O. Box AN-19782, Accra-North, Ghana.
Agro Cocoa Investment Ltd Ghana Private Institutions 2013 MR OWARE DARKWAHENE CHRISTIAN P.O. BOX KS 16239, ADUM-KUMASI, Kumasi, Ghana
Agro Cocoa Investment Ltd Ghana Private Institutions 2013 MR OWARE DARKWAHENE CHRISTIAN
All Nations University College Ghana Educational Institution 1996 Dr. Samuel Donkor drsdonkor@anfgc.org
Animal Research Institute (ARI) Ghana Agricultural Research Institute 1957 Prof. Emmanuel K. Adu P.O. Box AH20 Achimota, Accra, Ghana
Ansu Pramag Farms Ltd-Drobo Ghana Private Institutions 2006 Elizabeth Ansu 920 palace Avenue-DROBO BRONG AHAFO-, Berekum, Ghana. Box 57 Drobo-Brong Ahafo
Ansu Pramg Farms Ltd Ghana Private Institutions 2006 Elizabeth Ansu Yeboah
Ashesi University Ghana Educational Institution 2002 Patrick G. Awuah (President) PMB CT3, Cantonments, Accra.
Big Ajar Farms Ghana Private Institutions 2005 Abdul Rahaman Tawfic P.O Box 486, Wa, Wa, Ghana
Big Ajar Farms Ghana Private Institutions 2005 Abdul Rahaman Tawfic
Biotechnology and Nuclear Agriculture Research Institute Ghana Agricultural Research Institute 1963 Prof. Danso P.O.Box LG 80, Legon-Accra, Ghana
Bisgram Farms Ent. Ghana Private Institutions 2000 Mr. Bismark Allegra P. O. Box 2370, Christian Village, Achimota, Ghana.
Bisgram Farms Ent. Ghana Private Institutions
Blue Skies Factory & Juice Bar Ghana Ghana Private Institutions

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