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Num MZGG00070NPM / Komi / 25 years


My name is Agbodjivé Komi, and I am twenty-five (25) years old. I live within the community of Gapé-Kpédji. Being disabled, I have no job. Gapé-Kpedji is a rural community located in the maritime region, in the south of Togo. As a costal West African country, Togo shares her land borders with Ghana to the West, Benin to the East, and Burkina Faso to the North. Some years ago, as I was playing football, I broke my left leg. I did consulted traditional doctors. The latter could not cure me! They thought that my hip was dislocated, which required admission to a hospital. Being short of financial means, I could not get treated at the hospital as required. My parents are poor farmers, and do not have the means to pay the requested fees for hospital admission and treatment. Thus, I have become idle, unable to go to the farm, along with the complete loss of hope to learn a job some day. I do request the assistance of good and willing people that could meet hospital admission fees for my recovery. At last, I do have a poultry farming project, the total amount of which is eight hundred and sixty five thousand (865, 000) F Cfa; that is one thousand, three hundred and twenty one (1, 321) euros. Please, help me by funding this project so that I can earn my living out of it

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Gakpé

Gapé-kpedji is a rural community of the maritime region of Togo. She is located next to Ghana about...

The village of Gapé-kpedji is near the western frontier of Ghana. You can get there via a track. An old water overwhelming the village shows that you are actually in the said village. Poor, an overwhelming majority of the habitats of the latter are erected with beaten earth and covered with metal sheet or straw.

The village of Gapé-kpedji is near the western frontier of Ghana. You can get there via a track. An old water overwhelming the village shows that you are actually in the said village. Poor, an overwhelming majority of the habitats of the latter are erected with beaten earth and covered with metal sheet or straw.