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Investment Opportunity: Empower Communities

through Red Onion Farming

 

Are you enthusiastic about farming or business, just extending a helping hand to those in need? Star of Hope International Foundation Kenya presents a remarkable opportunity that combines both passions. Join Gilbert Ochieng, our Manager and Operations Director, as we embark on a mission to cultivate change through red onion farming.

Investment appeal from Gilbert Ochieng. Gilbert is the manager and Operations Director of Star of Hope International Foundation – Kenya.

Cultivating Change through Red Onion Farming – Join Our Mission

Hello, Friends

We are thrilled to introduce you to an exciting initiative that embodies our core values and promises to make a significant impact on the communities we serve.

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The Challenge We Face

Star of Hope International Foundation Kenya uplifts underserved communities in Mombasa, Kenya. However, recent global economic challenges have strained their finances, resulting in a monthly budget deficit and debts with suppliers.

Our Solution: Red Onion Farming for Self-Sufficiency

Our red onion farming project is a lucrative venture in Kenya, with one acre capable of yielding 10 tons of red onions, generating $11,000 per harvest with a reasonable input cost of $1,000. With three annual harvests, our plan is to lease 10 acres of farmland, generating $330,000 annually to support our budget. To kickstart this self-sustaining project, we require $20,000.

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Budget Overview

10 Acres Farmland Rent: $5,500

Water Source: $4,000

Land Preparation and Utilities: $6,000

Caretakers Salaries: $7,200

Miscellaneous Expenses: $950

TOTAL BUDGET: $20,650

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Join Us in Making a Difference

We have secured $10,000 of the required funds and are hopeful for an additional $10,000. Yes, we need just $10,000 more to initiate this transformative project. Once launched, the project will become self-sufficient and generate the income needed to sustain itself.

As a part of this opportunity, you will contribute to empowering communities, alleviating poverty, and promoting self-sufficiency. Your support will create immediate change and lay the foundation for a brighter future for generations to come.

 

Warm Regards,

Gilbert Ochieng

Operations Director,

Star of Hope International Foundation – Kenya

 

        Contact information: email 

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Investors! More information is available from CEO Mark Presson or directly from Gilbert in Kenya, via the e-mail above or use the form below.

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If this endeavor feels too big for you right now but you still wish to support us with a one-time gift of your choice, please visit: I will help the farm.

Blessings

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Facts: Kenya
Kenya

Population: 41,609,728 (2011)
Government: Republic, unitary state
Area: 582 646 km2
Capital: Nairobi, 3 200 000 residents (2010)
Population Growth: 2,9 %
Per Capita Income: $875 USD (2011)
Currency: Kenya Shilling
Language(s): Swahili (Kiswahili), english and about 30 local languages
Primary Exports: Agricultural produces, coffee, fruit and tea
Religion:  Majority Christians with indigenous religions.
Literacy: 87 %
Percentage of children starting primary school: 82,8 % (2009)