Starting in Ghana, Bright Tetteh Kwao’s project aims to save rice and sorghum yield in West Africa, which will put more money into farmers pockets and bring more food to the market for consumers.
Bright Tetteh Kwao
My name is Bright Tetteh Kwao and I am 27 years of age. I graduated from the University of Cape Coast with a degree in BSc Engineering Physics in the year 2018. I did my national service in 2019 with the Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School Legon (Accra) and currently working as the Technical Officer for AIScarecrow Technologies. I am naturally an analytical individual. I love being adventurous in wild and difficult areas where people usually take a back sit on. I am multi-culture sensitive person and always love to learn new but relevant things about other people and places.