• REVOLUTIONALIZING FARMING BUSINESS AMONG SMALLHOLDER FARMERS

    These tractors and many are available to smallholder farmers at subsidized prices. Reach out to me for details if interested.
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  • Africa should be the largest rice exporter through innovation.

    Why does Africa import huge amounts of rice each year despite its rich arable land? Without irrigation facilities, it is difficult to cultivate rice in the water. Africa, where irrigation facilities are weak, import...
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  • INNOVATIVE AND DISRUPTIVE PROCESSING TECHNOLOGIES FOR FARMERS

    Looking for affordable modern technology to process your produce into finished global hot sale products? Reach out to us today, we will help to offer professional advice, design technology that fits you and your budge...
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  • Seeking for partners for the commercilization of a community mushròóm prọject

    We are a group of young people and women that is intending to start agribusiness investments as one of the solutions to alleviate poverty and empower the youth within our community. We have got various projects but we...
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  • CHANGING PEOPLE'S MENTALITY FOR BETTER

    The big challenges of working or getting things done in Africa are, the slow process of getting things done and the corruption.  All American firms who are trying to accomplish their contractual responsibilities ...
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  • Dr congo

    Hello, I am looking to open a farm in DR Congo. I would like any information you have on Farming, land and funding for this kind of NGO. If you have any please.    
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  • Re- Wastes to Wealth Equipment for Smallholder Farmers.

    Opinions gathered from series of inquiries received suggests preference of many to low budget/capacity equipment for processing of wastes into organic fertilizer pellets. Consequence upon this, we have designed diffe...
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  • CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY; THE SMART WAY TO IMPACT THE SOCIETY AND SMALL HOLDER FARMERS - WASTES TO FOOD SUFFICIENCY.

    Corporate organizations has this sense of social responsibility to its host community and the public at large. There are some smart ways that corporate organizations can positively impact upon the community, environm...
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  • CLIMATE/ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT: PROCESSING WASTE INTO FERTILIZER

    Waste management have recently become a major challenge in many urban towns in Africa. It is common to see household wastes dumped inside gutters, natural water ways, streets, etc. This no doubt constitutes serious se...
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  • TURNING WASTES INTO WEALTH

    Do you know that you can turn those wastes around you into wealth? Every community whether rural or urban generates quite a lot of wastes daily from homes, offices and farms. Instead of allowing these wastes to const...
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  • Creating climate resilient farming communities through water harvesting solutions

    A background of the climate change effects on agricultural production Majority of Kenyan adults will tell you that they grew up in the rural villages where farming was the mainstay of many households. They will also...
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  • Water harvesting installations helping farmers to reserve water for use in dry season

    Just received this great photo from a past client in Kithimani, Machakos County in Kenya. His water harvesting pond is completely full and this guarantees him of continued crop production during the oncoming dry month...
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  • The Smallholder Farmer and Prospects.

    In Africa and most of the third world countries, smallholder farmers contributes over seventy percent of the local food need of the country yet still remain at the peasant level. The various home government apart from...
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  • FUNDING OF REHABILITATION/EXPANSION OF CASSAVA FLOUR, STARCH, MALTOSE/GLUCOSE AND OTHER PLANTS

    I went to inspect this abandoned facility by a state government in Nigeria. This facility can be rehabilitated, refurbished and expanded to process cassava into several finished products for sales to homes, factories ...
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  • Proposal

    Application for Accelerating Women Entrepreneurs Prize-Feed the Future Back ground and Founder profile   Poultry is an emerging and important sector that has been contributing progressively to our economy from t...
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  • 1200px-North_Korean_farmers_(2009).jpg

    Good day          We need good Agricultural And Tourism Profitable Business Proposal .  if you can not  Travel to meet our Representative we can not Release  Or Transfer our Funds to anyone&nb...
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  • Teenage Enlightenment

    How do we as young agroprocessing and farming advocates get teens to choose agric related careers. lots of teenagers dont see the beauty in agriculture. based on happenings in your vicinity how do you suggest their at...
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  • AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE PROCESSING

    Are you a small holder or commercial farmer desirous to process your produce into finished products for sale to homes or other industries so as to arrest post harvest wastes and losses? We can design and assist you wi...
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  • World Food Day 2017 SDG2: Zero Hunger Changing the future of migration, Invest in Food Security and rural Development

    If women had the same access to productivity as men they could increase yields in their fields by 20-30%. This alone would raise total agricultural output in developing countries (Nigeria included) by 2.5-4%, which wo...
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  • World Food Day 2017 SDG2: Zero Hunger  Changing the future of migration, Invest in Food Security and rural Development  Food Security; The place of Teenagers

    The average farming age in Nigeria is between 61 and 65years and the average age is 24 years . Our visit to St Mulumba Catholic College in Ile-ife an ancienty city where most household have in recent times practiced f...
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