Register at Vetona here!
This crowdfunding plan i like ALOT, i put 200 Euro in this project!
You can buy packages of 10 Euro each, and they offer 120.000 packages in total, all investors together.
They offer 3 options, lock your investment for:
- 3 months against 2.5% weekly
- 6 months against 4% weekly
- 12 months against 6% weekly
Since they have a Dutch bank account, and the owner is Belgian and has a Dutch company i have alot of trust in it.
I chose to lock up my 200 Euro for 1 year against the most percentage of interest weekly. 6%
I chose 200 Euro, because that will make sure i can buy 1 extra package every weekend, since the 6% will be 12 Euro every weekend.
My plan is to compound the interest i get, untill the 13th weekend, then i would have 410 locked up, and getting a interest of 24.6 Euro every week.
Then build up for 9 weeks and i will have 221.4 Euro that i will payout to my bank account.
Then i will continue with the 410 Euro that is locked up and reinvest in new packages when possible.
I am well aware with this plan, that when the 120.000 packages are all sold, they will stop the interests, but my money will be unlocked after the 1 year lock-up.
Also the 10 Euro packages i buy with my interest, will be locked up for the longest time against the highest percentage rate, so that money will also become unlocked in the future!
What do i have to do, to start supporting and earning money?
Register at Vetonagroup Enterprises , go to Buy Package, send money to the bank account or use another method to pay, send an email with the screenshot of the payment to their email adress,
that way the process will be faster, then you will receive the money into your account, go again to Buy Package and their will be buttons to lock you money against a percentage of interest for a certain time.
Their system works from Monday untill Friday, the payments are done on Saturday, if you buy packages before Monday, the next weekend you will have the first payout of interest.
Some information about what they do:
What happens to the money and what is it for?
The money that we bring together is used to support our projects in Madagascar. This program can be seen as a crowdfunding.
This is to finance our projects and therefore people who participate in this can earn something from development aid.
The profits that come back from our companies and activities are paid back to our participants. A win-win situation.
Our group now consists of 4 companies and we will soon also participate in new start-up companies through our microfinance project.
The activities are agriculture, mining, housing and renovation, microfinance, and water and electricity extraction.
Our first goal is to create the opportunity to purchase a plot of land in Madagascar. This will result in our development project of agriculture and the school will be established.
Housing construction in Madagascar leaves a lot to be desired. Especially with the poorer population. They live in houses of gathered wood, bamboo and corrugated sheets.
Whole families live in this type of housing. Vetonagroup Enterprises is planning the next project to build better homes through learning-to-work projects for the construction of decent houses.
For example, people will learn how to make solid stones for house building and how to install water and electricity.
For the maintenance of the houses, a DIY company will be set up for Vetonagroup Enterprises so the houses do not fall into disrepair after they have been built or get blown away by a cyclone that occurs twice a year.
By building homes we reach the next phase in the entire project. We also have to look at how sewers can be constructed and also the road construction will have to be examined more closely.
Because Madagascar is one large nature reserve, this must be taken into account. So we do not or hardly damage the environment and still make progress for the people.
Many families do not have electricity in Madagascar. And those who do have electricity are highly dependent on the supplier. Almost every day there is a power outage of several hours.
By using solar panels and windmills, we will generate electricity to provide the families with power. And also all electrical appliances which will be used for the learning-work projects on the terrain.
When building houses outside the terrain will be expanded, power supplies will also be built there.
Everything is done in the river. Washing dishes and doing laundry to washing themselves and the toilet needs of the people.
For this reason we want to place a biological water filter so that the water is fresh and clear.
And it can be used by families who work for us and also for agriculture, horticulture and livestock farming.
Meanwhile, except for the piece of land of 57 Ha, also various other pieces of land have been offered to us such as a piece of land of 30 Ha and a piece of land of 5 Ha.
Rice is the main food number 1 in Madagascar.
Vegetables are very expensive for the poorer populations. By placing more vegetables on the market,
the prices of the expensive vegetables will fall and so the poorer population can also put some vegetables on the table.
The site of 57 Ha will become the basis for the educational training on how to cultivate and grow fruit and vegetables and how cattle are cared for for production.
The goal is better food supply and economic progress.
The vegetables will become the basis for the first earnings. 12 Ha will be used for:
- 4 Ha potatoes
- 4 Ha carrots
- 4 Ha onions
After 2.5 to 3 months, a 1.000 kilo’s per product per day can be sold, which is stands for 3,000,000 Ariary or 900 euros.
Because the climate in Madagascar is always between 25 and 35 degrees, the products continue to grow. So they can be harvested several times a year.
Other possible products are:
- Grapes (2 Ha)
- Clove (3000 bushes)
- Lychee (250 trees)
- Mango (250 trees)