Walewale Melon Factory

The Watermelon Processing Plant is one of the key promises made to the people of the area by the current government which says it is determined to have it executed end the seasonal glut of the produce.

The mission of the One-District, One-Factory programme is to identify and create business opportunities in the districts, harnessing the strengths and resources of the locals in an efficient technology and demand driven value chain.
Aiming to equip and empower communities to utilize their local resources in manufacturing products that are high in demand, both locally and internationally.
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About

The One District One Factory (1D1F) initiative is the vision of His Excellency the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to change the nature of Ghana’s economy from one which is dependent on import and export of raw material to one which is focused on manufacturing, value addition and export of processed goods. These raw materials are largely found in the districts which would have otherwise gone waste.

The initiative as proposed by His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is private sector led. Government creates the necessary conducive environment for the businesses to access funding from financial institutions and other support services from Government agencies to establish factories. Ghanaian entrepreneurs will thus own the companies, operate them and bear all the risks and rewards of the projects.

H.E. Nana Akufo-Addo

Great Impact, Amazing Experiences

Hear from a few of some natives who have been beneficiaries of the 1D1F initiative. This initiative will allow the country to reap the well known rewards of industrialization, such as gains in efficiency in every facet of life in our society, increase in agricultural and manufacturing output, a reduction in the reliance on imports and increase in the production of consumer goods and food availability.

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