Name: Abednego Brandy Opey
Study background: Agricultural Biotechnology
Linkedin Profile: linkedin.com/in/opeyabednegobrandy
I am a young man who is keen on making a change in this world, especially on the African scape.
I do debate as a sport and I enjoy learning new languages too.
I am a Rotaracter and have participated in several volunteering activities with the Rotary Club of Kumasi.
I study Agricultural Biotechnology in school and have held several student leadership positions with the latest being Internships Coordinator for the Students Representative Council of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
Why I participate:
In coming to this programme, I want to be a part of the proposers of a scheme that allows farmers access to greenhouses.
I believe this will help them adapt to climate change and it has been proven to give more produce per meter square.
Secondly, the multicultural nature of the challenge provides an avenue for me to learn from the diverse insights of the participants.
At the end of this challenge, I should be able to work with my team to give Delphy a well planned module that answers all questions as regards making their greenhouses available to Ghanaian farmers.