PINASOL improved the lives of over 971 farming families constituting 40 women’s groups in Village Savings and Loans Association (VSLA) project, carried out in collaboration with World Vision Ghana.
Cost effectiveness on average €107 per farming family or women group or €21 per person
Solomon Okyere Asiamah started Pinasol Foundation 7 year ago. Solomon was educated an electrical engineer and a TVET expert and teacher. He and his team have experience working in youth entrepreneurship in the informal sector projects in vocational education and training. Rose Boahemaa is responsible for the accounting and teaching. And Yaq Afrifa manages the construction programmes.
There is assigned personnel responsible for Pinasol foundation food security projects who works with the Ministry of Food and Agriculture(MoFA) for successful implementation of our programmes.
Moreover, through Memorandum of understanding with Kumasi Institute of Tropical Agriculture (KITA) in the provision of training for our farmers groups, PINASOL will leverage on the skilled staff of KITA for capacity building in agribusiness and climate-smart agriculture.
Pinasol was established in 2011 as a result of the assistance the less privileged sought daily from Apostle Solomon Okyere Asiamah and his wife Eunice