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NEW SSASP INVESTMENT LTD LAUNCH

The main objective/goal of EA. SSASPF is to alleviate poverty by empowering communities economically through agribusiness and other entrepreneurship engagements which will not only generate income but also create employment to the majority of our youth. ‘’Teaching how to fish as opposed to giving the fish’’. On Friday 19th November 2021 we held a Grand …

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HEALTHY FOODS PROJECT

  Healthy Foods Project involves growing of organically grown Food Crops such as Banana, Arrowroots, Sweet Potato, Yams, Cassava, Sorghum, Millet, Moringa, Stinging – nettle, etc.         EA-SSASPF empowers the Cluster members with certified Seedlings / Seeds, Organic Fertilizer, Capacity Building and Market. All the Cluster Produce has ready local market. The …

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CAGE FISH FARMING PROJECT

Cage Fish Farming Project will involve rearing 10,000 Fish Fingerings inside a fabricated Cage for 7 months (When the Fish attains full maturity).  At the 7th month the Fish will be harvested ready for market. . EA-SSASPF plans to empower the Cluster members with; Fabricated Cage capable of holding 10,000 Fingerlings. 10,000 Fingerings per Cluster. Feeds …

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POULTRY FARMING PROJECT

Poultry Project will involve rearing 3,000 Chicks per Cluster for every 37 Days. At the 37th day, the grown Birds will be slaughtered and then marketed. EA-SSASPF plans to empower the Cluster members with Capital for; Construction of appropriate housing structure for 3,000 Chicks, Procurement of 3,000 Chicks per Cluster. Capacity Building on appropriate Husbandry. Link …

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PAWPAW AND PUMPKIN PROJECT

Pawpaw and Pumpkin Project is integrated since Pawpaw takes 8-9 months to mature while Pumpkins takes 3 – 4 to mature. The Pumpkins early maturing will cushion the Clusters members before the Pawpaw Matures. EA-SSASPF empowers the Cluster group members with certified Seedlings / Seeds, Organic Manure, Capacity Building and Market. Even though the local …

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