- Farm tools support
- Block farming
- Maize demonstration farm
- Tractor services
To take advantage of the climate, vegetation and soils to produce crops and livestock through best agricultural practices that would improve food security, markets accessibility and create jobs to improve the socio-economic well-being of the people in the operational areas.
The Agriculture programme have supported over 1665 farmers from 73 communities with farm inputs. Also provided tractor services to 154 farmers to plough their farm lands to increase yield in the attempt to provide food security in the communities
- Grasscutter rearing
- Youth in Apprenticeship
- Driver Licensing Registration
- Gari Processing Centres
The Economic Empowerment program seeks to give beneficiaries the means to take control of their own economic destiny through resourcing and capacity building. Also, seeks to promote sustained economic growth, productive employment and decent work for all in Kwahu enclave.
Over the years about 120 community members have been trained in grass cutter rearing and rabbitry. Also, 87 drivers have been supported to undergo qualification test and provided with driver’s license to enable them apply their trade in the commercial driving sector. Some youth have also been selected and supported with sewing machines and other materials to undergo apprenticeship training programme to enable them acquire a vocation to support their livelihood.
- Construction of 2-Unit KG Block at Ankoma Community.
- Renovation of Classroom Blocks & CHPS Compound (Pepease, kwatia, Suminakese, Nteso, Onyemso).
To build resilient infrastructure to support socio-economic development in intervention communities.
The organization in its infrastructure developmental agenda has supported in renovating seven community schools in the Kwahu East District. These schools are located at Nkwatia, Abetifi, Pepease, Suminakese, Ahinase, Kwahu-Tafo and Bokuruwa. The Foundation is currently putting up a KG Block at Ankoma community to provide safe and quality shelter for the children under 6years in the community.
- Capacity building
- Loan disbursement
- Loan recovery
Provide financial support to empower people economically.
The Loan Scheme intends to support the needy and community people to access micro loans to enable them carry out some economic activities to help them generate income to support their daily lives. Most of the community members are either engaged in farming or trading and sometimes accessing loans to engage in such activities in the rural setting does not come easy. Therefore, the programme is designed to ease the stress and difficult such community members will have to go through in order to access loans with the traditional bankers which in the long run may not even be given.