We see the “perfect storm” of opportunity, which creates the sense of urgency

  • No poverty: creation of up to 1000 new jobs in low income and underdeveloped farming areas
  • Zero hunger: providing nutrition and feeding the people
  • Good health and well-being: development of nutritious food products, both for livestock and humans
  • Renewable energy: producing biofuels from waste for own use
  • Climate action: reducing CO2 emissions by converting waste into product

  • Ghana has a goal to become self-sufficient in their livestock feed production. Currently they import soy and other feed from abroad
  • The Ghanaian Government aims to develop a bio-circular and zero-waste Ghanaian farming culture and promote export of local refined products
  • Providing a sustainable, high-quality, and locally produced source of protein over imported materials fits well with the country’s ambition

  • Global population is expected to grow by 2.1 billion people in the coming 30 years. 650 million of them will live in the Sub-Saharan African region
  • As a species, humans urgently need to come up with sustainable and nutritious sources of food to sustain life on Earth for all