WEC planted peppers in his garden early in 2020. The ASAPH soccer team learned a bit about how you begin such plants from seed. The seeds sprouted. The plants grew. The peppers appeared.
WEC was able to send the peppers (by the sack) to the Fondeneg market for sale. His mother conveniently goes to market each work to sell produce. For four weeks, the sacks went to market full and came back empty. One day, she sold out so fast she called WEC and had him pick some more for that same day! In the end, WEC made money and people got good food for their tables.
For details, ask me about the numbers. I can't print them here.
It was a very encouraging way to begin branching into agriculture. WEC invested in the garden...time and money. ASAPH invested a bit as well. The results were very good. We will use this project as a building block for future projects.
I would love to see ASAPH help people in Pasbwadom to better live on the land God put under their feet.
Missionary in Haiti.