My name is Prosper Agbeti from Ghana. I was born to a low income family. After I completed my Junior High School I was left to find some work in the street of Accra, the capital city of Ghana. I sold ice cream and pure water to be able to make a living and also help my parents. One day, I met a man who told me to enter into beekeeping since it is a lucrative job. The next day, he taught me how to colonise a beehive with bees, he also taught me how to protect myself from bee stings, harvesting and processing the honey. Ever since I have set up 20 sets of Langstroth bee hives in the Volta region of Ghana. I am currently training people in the rural areas of Ghana. Through beekeeping I have completed my high school education without my parent\'s assistance. I am also reading more information on bees. I am also the manager of Bees for Developments (Ghana). I want to establish branches throughout Ghana. The future is promising. This is my story. Propser Agbati, Kasoa, Ghana. September 2009.