Fourteen (14) farmers comprising 10 males and 4 females were supported to cultivate a total of 14 acres of land—6 in yam production; 2 in tomato production; 5 in maize; and 1 in cassava production. All the farmers were supported in both major and minor seasons. This was to help them feed their families while waiting for their main crops to mature. Although the majority of the tomato farmers were faced with poor producer pricing, two (2) of them made a combined income of GH¢ 2,009.00 from 2,038 Kg of tomatoes sold. Four (4) out of the 6 yam farmers also harvested 2,828 Kg of the crop. As harvesting was still ongoing by December 2020, the farmers had sold 1,771 Kg of the yam and made GH¢2,530.00