Welcome to the official website of Integrated Water  & Agricultural Development Ghana Limited (IWAD) a company in Ghana that is focused on expanding commercial viable irrigation practices in the Sisili–Kulpawn basin through the delivery of high quality irrigation support, new technology development, knowledge transfer, promoting water use efficiency, sustainability and secure farmer revenues for both Smallholders and the Nucleus Estates

State of the art technology

Center pivot systems offer many advantages over other irrigation application methods:

  • Automated operation, reducing labor costs
  • Simplified and predictable water delivery
  • Ability to apply to more shallow depths
  • Uniform distribution of water
  • Increased ability to plan and schedule irrigation applications
  • Easier to apply agri-chemicals (chemigation)
  • Little annual setup required
  • Reliability

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PICA
In January 2016, The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and I WAD Ghana Limited, the private agricultural and irrigation development company...
Nucleus Farm
All wet season crops have been harvested and marketing ongoing. At present, the nucleus farm is midway through the dry season and currently growing the various crops...
Small Holder Farms
.2 of a Ha has been laid out and planted to onions under a solar powered drip irrigation system using the excess water from the automatic flushing of the drip irrigation system...

MAIN PARTNER

We join hands with leading companies and institutions in the world to maximize and create sustainable agricultural development and food security for the world.

IWAD Ghana Ltd was incorporated in March 2014 as a Ghanaian company with African Tiger Holding Ltd. as the majority shareholder. Read More

ATHL

Corporate Social Responsibility

Our company aims to be transparent, accountable and responsive to stakeholder concerns including women and local youth. It believes that business, social and environmental performance are mutually dependent, can go hand in hand and can have a multiplying effect on the project sustainability, proposed output and anticipated outcomes and impact. Read More