Stephen Awuah

Stephen is a Regional Director (SSA) with Farrelly & Mitchell and leads the firm’s Ghana (SS Africa) office, located in Accra.

He is a seasoned food and agribusiness professional having consulted across a wide range of agribusiness and food processing assignments in Ghana and West Africa.

His deep experience includes managing large-scale farming and agribusiness projects in livestock, poultry, crops, and agro-processing. He provides practical and actionable advice and support to clients and has directed investments across each link of the food and agribusiness value chain in Ghana, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Liberia.

He played a central role in facilitating the disbursement of a $168 million fund across 3,000 agri-food enterprises over a period of 4 years in Ghana, under the Financing Ghanaian Agriculture Project. He also designed a strategy to implement the Ghana National Mango Plantation Project.

Prior to joining Farrelly & Mitchell, Stephen worked as an independent agri-food consultant to a variety of organisations including FAO, US Aid and African Development Bank

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Refocusing international farmland investment

The case for adopting a holistic agribusiness perspective to investments in farmland is growing in strength.

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2021 ESG trends: The cost of failing to integrate sustainability into agribusinesses

Trends show continued momentum behind ethically run food. Failing to integrate sustainability into an investment has consequences.

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Stephen Awuah

Stephen is a Regional Director (SSA) with Farrelly & Mitchell and leads the firm’s Ghana (SS Africa) office, located in Accra.

He is a seasoned food and agribusiness professional having consulted across a wide range of agribusiness and food processing assignments in Ghana and West Africa.

His deep experience includes managing large-scale farming and agribusiness projects in livestock, poultry, crops, and agro-processing. He provides practical and actionable advice and support to clients and has directed investments across each link of the food and agribusiness value chain in Ghana, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Liberia.

He played a central role in facilitating the disbursement of a $168 million fund across 3,000 agri-food enterprises over a period of 4 years in Ghana, under the Financing Ghanaian Agriculture Project. He also designed a strategy to implement the Ghana National Mango Plantation Project.

Prior to joining Farrelly & Mitchell, Stephen worked as an independent agri-food consultant to a variety of organisations including FAO, US Aid and African Development Bank

We help food and agriculture businesses to sustainably grow

Connect with us

Featured publications

Agribusiness

Refocusing international farmland investment

The case for adopting a holistic agribusiness perspective to investments in farmland is growing in strength.

Insight

Sustainability & ESG

2021 ESG trends: The cost of failing to integrate sustainability into agribusinesses

Trends show continued momentum behind ethically run food. Failing to integrate sustainability into an investment has consequences.

Blog

Sustainability & ESG

A dilemma for ESG investors: Balancing local food autonomy and global supply chain advantages

Food production has a wide range of impacts which are difficult to measure, making it unclear whether individual investment in food meet ESG criteria.

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