A US-based non-governmental organization, Elumis Foundation, has supported the Ghanaian Government’s flagship agricultural project, Planting For Food and Jobs (PFJ).
The Foundation donated a total of 400 solar energy kits to the Ministry of Food and Agriculture in support of the PFJ initiative.
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The energy kits are to be distributed to farmers nationwide under the PFJ scheme who live in communities without electricity
They are to among other things help children of farmers in rural communities to study at night.
Also, they are to help poor farmers connect to the world by aiding them to charge their mobile phones.
Source: Ministry of Food & Agriculture (MOFA)