“Each challenge solved is a business.”

Prince Oppong (right) and his team start production on a batch of the tiger nut drink. Photo: UNDP Ghana/Priscilla Mawuena Adjeidu
A farmer displays his freshly harvested tiger nuts. Photo: UNDP Ghana/Priscilla Mawuena Adjeidu
Prince and Banahene proudly hold their tiger nut products in front of their factory. Photo: UNDP Ghana/Priscilla Mawuena Adjeidu
The Tiger House locally manufactured production line was made possible with a grant from UNDP. Photo: UNDP Ghana/Priscilla Mawuena Adjeidu
Tiger nuts being ground during production. Photo: UNDP Ghana/Priscilla Mawuena Adjeidu
Some of the products currently being produced include tiger nut biscuits, milk and starch spray. Photo: UNDP Ghana/Priscilla Mawuena Adjeidu

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