Abraham Narh is a farmer and father of 8 children from rural Ghana. His children can’t go to school because they need to work on the family farm so they can produce enough crops to sell. This is not the life Abraham wants for his children.
Abraham’s vision was to make a future for his children. After partnering with The Hunger Project he was able to make his vision a reality.
On the farm the family grows corn, cassava, coconut and other vegetables, selling what they can at market. Abraham went to a workshop run by The Hunger Project and he learnt the importance of diversifying the crops he grows.
The THP workshop also taught Abraham about the benefits of microfinance loans, so he took one out at the the local Hunger Project Epicentre.
Using the new skills he learnt at the THP workshop, Abraham has been able to grow his crop yield beyond belief. He now has enough money that he can employ people to work on his farm, and his children can finally go to school.
Abraham has made his vision come to life and he has been able to make a future for his children.
“I want my children to decide their own future for themselves. I wasn’t that privileged, I want it better for my children,” Abraham said.
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