The start-up Agroseeders supports typically-vulnerable Ghanaian smallholder farmers financially and supplies them with important agronomic knowledge: It funds the cultivation of crops such as corn, capsicums or chillies, including all the necessary agricultural inputs. Farmers are then employed on these, where they learn about the sustainable management of these plots, using high-quality seeds and fertiliser. Agroseeders is financed by private farm sponsors (mostly urban workers) who take a share of the harvest sale profits. Thus, smallholder farmers in Ghana who cultivate the smallest of usable agricultural plots can sustainably farm these without being so vulnerable to external forces like prolonged droughts.