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Individual Farmer’s Agriculture Skills Empowerment

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Individuals farmers and Youth Agriculture skills empowerment will provide agriculture skills and employment for youth as well as would provide food security, food production, and Financial freedom.

Our Goals for this project are as follows:

1. provide agriculture skills and employment for youth

2. To bring enhancement in individuals Farmers Farms for them to produce more food.

3. To create Financial Freedom for Farmers and Youth.

The agriculture sector can provide more employment opportunities to youths who are interested in agriculture thereby reducing the high rate of unemployment in South  Africa, Ghana and aiming to extend it to other part of Africa Countries.

It is estimated that agriculture is up to 4 times more effective in reducing poverty than any other working sector in the world. The world is now depending on agriculture More than ever for the feeding of both the poor  and the rich and it is the one economic sector independent of which no country can flourish or survive, especially in the face Of the prevailing Covid-19 pandemic that Global Crises.

The Individual  Farmers Empowerment will provide more employment opportunities for youths,  increase food security, and enlargement to create Financial Freedom.

On the 26th of December, 2020, CSWOI visited individual farmers struggling with their farms due to the lack of funding in Tembisa locations.

In the cause of our interview, it was discovered that their challenges  of funding  cut across the   following:

  1. Funding for  transport to their farms,
  2. Funding for  hiring  tractors or  laborers,
  3. Funding to build fences around their farms for food security.
  4. Funding to Hire workers

Unfortunately, the Individuals  Farmer's empowerment projects are due to the pandemic  Challenge and the lack of  Funding.

 

Hunger Relief

Individuals farmers and Youth Agriculture skills empowerment will provide agriculture skills and employment for youth as well as would provide food security, food production, and Financial freedom.

Our Goals for this project are as follows:

1. provide agriculture skills and employment for youth

2. To bring enhancement in individuals Farmers Farms for them to produce more food.

3. To create Financial Freedom for Farmers and Youth.

The agriculture sector can provide more employment opportunities to youths who are interested in agriculture thereby reducing the high rate of unemployment in South  Africa, Ghana and aiming to extend it to other part of Africa Countries.

It is estimated that agriculture is up to 4 times more effective in reducing poverty than any other working sector in the world. The world is now depending on agriculture More than ever for the feeding of both the poor  and the rich and it is the one economic sector independent of which no country can flourish or survive, especially in the face Of the prevailing Covid-19 pandemic that Global Crises.

The Individual  Farmers Empowerment will provide more employment opportunities for youths,  increase food security, and enlargement to create Financial Freedom.

On the 26th of December, 2020, CSWOI visited individual farmers struggling with their farms due to the lack of funding in Tembisa locations.

In the cause of our interview, it was discovered that their challenges  of funding  cut across the   following:

  1. Funding for  transport to their farms,
  2. Funding for  hiring  tractors or  laborers,
  3. Funding to build fences around their farms for food security.
  4. Funding to Hire workers

Unfortunately, the Individuals  Farmer's empowerment projects are on hold due to the pandemic  Challenge that affected the projects. We are hoping to proceed the projects with your support.

 

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The Individual  Farmers Empowerment will provide  more employment  opportunities  for  youths,  increase food security and enlargement to create Financial Freedom.

On the 26th of December, 2020, CSWOI visited individual  farmers  struggling  with their   farms due to the lack of funding in Tembisa  locations.

In the cause of our interview , it was discovered that their challenges  of funding  cuts across the   following:

  1. Funding for  transport to their farms,
  2. Funding for  hiring  tractor or  laborers,
  3. Funding to build fences around their farms for food security.
  4. Funding to Hire workers