AMAATI is a Ghanaian social enterprise that pioneered the revival of Fonio in Northern Ghana. An Enterprise that works with farmers, particularly women in producing and processing of Fonio. The enterprise is formed with an idea of creating sustainable livelihoods for women farmers whose lands are degraded due to its excessive usage and creating a land management system where the lands can be regenerated and used to grow other crops.

We Revive Fonio in Northern Ghana on degraded/abandoned lands that have been exhaustively used. We started with ten (10) landless women in 2014 production season

Amaati generates a high social impact through the continued empowerment and support of rural female farmers. We provide a path out of poverty and inequality by providing skills training and income generation to women in the Northern Region.