#MEET NUTROALL PH
Published on: 11.08.2017
#MEET NUTROALL PH
This is a short interview we conducted with PRINCE HASEVI, the creator of NUTROALL PH. If you like this project and would like to vote for it, click here
1. Please, tell us a bit about yourself: where are you from and what is your background?
I am Mr. PRINCE HASEVI, 26 years old, from Ghana, Volta Region, West Africa. I am a graduate of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, I offered BSc. Dairy and Meat Science and Technology, 2012-2016.
2. Can you describe your idea or project in two sentences?
The project is about food products developed to reduce malnutrition and improve food security in infants, children, pregnant women, and adults. The products provide all-inclusive nutrients needed, for healthy preservation, easy-to-prepare within a short time and portable and used to make bread, biscuits, meat-pie etc.
3. How did you get your idea or concept?
Through research on the internet especially World Food Program, UNICEF and United Nations High Commission of Refugees websites.
4. What is unique about your idea/project and how does it benefit mankind?
The uniqueness and benefit to mankind are that it leverages solely on technology, the bones and shells previously neglected in food formulation have now included enhancing nutrients and also the powdered form of meat and corn can be stored for long and easy to carry large quantities at a time. The products are not only the best nutrition for all kind of people but for emergency cases very useful, example refugees camps.
5. Describe yourself as an entrepreneur in one sentence
I am an innovator, critical thinker, solutions oriented, researcher etc. to create a conducive environment for others.
6. How do you deal with people that doubt your abilities/initiatives?
I used to ignore them and then I will persistently work on because is my passion that drives me most not only others suggestions.
7. Where does your passion lie?
When I have a strong conviction of situations confronting others and how to help them come out of them.
8. What are you afraid of or what keeps you up at night?
How to implement my project and how to connect with international organizations to reach out to as many as possible.
9. According to you, money is a synonym for…..
Substance for exchange
10. If you could rid the world of three things, what would they be?
Hunger, Disease and Climate change
11. What are the benefits you take from the Entrepreneurship Campus?
The exposure, recognition, and connections to my expected international or United Nations organizations and programs and also to learn from other like-minded people.
12. What do you like more about the Entrepreneurship Campus?
The structure and the opportunity were given to youths to participate in SDGs.
13. Which idea/project do you like most?
14. Please, include a link to a video if you have one
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