At 46 years old, Abraham combines two activities including agriculture and the collection of taxes at the market to be able to support his family of 4 children.
Younger, his school career ended abruptly after his failure to high school degree due to a lack of resources to re-enrol in class. Abraham, who aspired to become a soldier in order to contribute to his country's national security, is being forced to trade his ambition for the job of cocoa farmer, which he has been doing for 18 years now.
He wants the help of supporters to diversify his crops by a new groundnut field of 1 hectare.
Through his project, Dago hopes to save enough money to start a smallest business in his community, but most importantly to ensure the success of his children.