Purchase of farm tools

Henry Ansah-addo

Akosombo, Ghana

100% paid forward

Entrepreneur

Name

Henry Ansah-addo

Member since

September 2021

On-time repayments

9 installments  •  89%

About Me

Growing up has been very difficult for me because i had to start working at a very young age to feed my brothers and had to work during vacation to see myself through Senior High School (SHS). I had a difficult childhood but i was determined to go far in my education.

After my HND and national service I started a farming business in 2015. In my culture, we help the poor, needy and widows without expectations. I currently do not have kids and I like to visit orphanages and love to travel.

My Business

My business is currently into farming of rice, maize and yam.
The crops are daily food items consumed by Ghanaians. I choose this kind of business because i will like to be part of the farmers that feed citizens of the country,
Cost uncured include cost of land (most farm lands are rented yearly), plowing the land, purchase of seeds, planting of seeds and labor.
A percentage of my Profits goes back into the community were donations are made deprived communities while the rest in re-invested into the business.

Project Proposal

I will purchase additional farm tools such as cutlasses, hoes, boots, sacks and baskets to help me during the harvest. With the purchase of the above mentioned items, harvesting of crops on the farm will proceed smoothly and make the work less difficult.

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Project Info

Project Type

Pay It Forward

Disbursed amount

$34.77

Date disbursed

May 25, 2022

Cost to entrepreneur

Service fee: $1.65

Backers

Saul Musukwa

Sesheke, Zambia

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