EVENTS Greater Accra

Monthly Social Enterprise Happy Hour- One Acre Fund

Networking. Great Speakers. Free Drink. Don’t miss One Acre Fund’s next Social Enterprise Happy Hour at Champs Bar and Grill. Come out on July 14th at 6:30 PM


Our panelists for this event work in different sectors but they all play a role in Ghana’s rural development. AgDevCo (led in Ghana by Tom Phillips) invests patient capital in Ghana’s agri-businesses. Nate Heller’s PEG-Ghana Pay-As-You-Go solar systems bring light to Ghana’s off-grid rural families. Dorinda Kline works directly with Volta region coffee farmers to grow and roast the finest Ghanaian coffee available today.

Panelists are:

Tom Phillips (Ghana Country Manager)

Nate Heller (Chief Operating Officer, PEG Ghana Ltd.)

Dorinda Kline (Founder, Upcountry Coffee Company)

What: Social Enterprise Happy Hour

When: Tuesday, July 14th6:308:30 PM

 Where: Champs Bar & Grill (inside Paloma Hotel) – Ring road between Kanda Highway and Kwame Nkrumeh Circle. Landmarks are ATTC, IPMC and Paloma Hotel.

 Perks for Attendees:

  • Complementary first drink (beer or minerals)
  • 5 GHS draft beer & food specials all night long
  • Free coffee tasting from Up Country Coffee. Bags will also be available for purchase. Up Country Coffee is 100% grown, roasted and packed in Ghana.

Hope to see you there! RSVP today.


About Happy Hour Launched in Nairobi in 2013 One Acre Fund’s monthly Social Enterprise Happy Hours are equal parts lecture series (with engaging speakers) and happy hour (with a free drink for punctual attendees.) Social Entrepreneurs from all sectors have been featured including speakers from Kiva, Acumen, Gardens for Health, Living Goods and, of course, One Acre Fund.

About One Acre Fund One Acre Fund supplies smallholder farmers with the tools and financing they need to grow their way out of hunger and poverty. Instead of giving handouts, we invest in farmers to generate a permanent gain in farm income. We supply a complete service bundle of seeds and fertilizer, financing, training, and market facilitation—and we deliver these services within walking distance of the 280,000 rural farmers we serve. We measure success in our ability to make farmers more prosperous and we always put Farmers First. To learn more, visit us at



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