My Life In Ghana

I have the privilege of living in a village called Frankadua in the Eastern Region of Ghana. It is primarily agricultural land and the community relies on a good harvest to be able to sell their crop to market and make money for their families.

Corn is one of these crops we can harvest all year round. It’s a job in itself to husk the corn so that it can then be milled and pounded to make food. Laborious, yes, but you gotta love working alongside a lovely local woman and baby goat as your companion.

I am blessed to have Travelling Butterfly as the source of funding my sustainable projects within this community. Thank you for your support in helping to achieve my goal of empowering others.

Photo: Early morning on the farm