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TFAF Supports Orphanages with Grains in Upper East Region

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In line with its dedication to supporting local communities in Northern Ghana, the Tractors for Africa Foundation (TFAF) is extending a helping hand to orphanages in the Upper East Region this Easter by providing sustenance and hope. Spearheaded by Interim Chief Executive Officer Yaw Agyare and supported by Emmanuel Nsobila, the Director of Finance and Operations, TFAF’s team is aiding vulnerable communities by supplying them with locally grown grains.

Since launching operations in Northern Ghana, TFAF has consistently showcased its commitment to empowering farmers and enhancing agricultural productivity in the region. Employing innovative approaches such as leveraging tractors, introducing alternative payment methods for agricultural supplies, and participating in grain sales, TFAF has significantly transformed the agricultural landscape in Ghana.

Reflecting on their achievements in 2023, Mr. Nsobila stated that TFAF has assisted about 1,000 farming families in Northern Ghana by offering tractor services.

“This initiative that allows farmers to settle debts with grain has yielded impressive results, particularly benefiting women farmers, with almost 90% of the beneficiaries being women. This underscores TFAF’s unwavering dedication to fostering inclusive prosperity. Furthermore, the vast majority of borrowed funds were successfully repaid, highlighting the efficacy of their methods,” the Director of Finance and Operations stated.

According to Mr. Nsobila, the recent endeavor to provide grain to orphanages seamlessly aligns with TFAF’s ethos of community service. He indicated that the mission of his outfit transcends merely addressing food insecurity and strives to instill hope in the most vulnerable members of society.

“We recognize the challenges faced by orphanages, particularly in remote areas like the Upper East. By supplying them with grain grown by our farmers, we aim to offer sustenance and assistance,” Mr. Nsobila emphasized.

He said the Tractors for Africa Foundation (TFAF) remains resolute in its commitment to supporting communities and nurturing sustainable growth throughout the region.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Joshua Asaah|Bolgatanga|Ghana

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