• NIJI FOODS CREATING MORE VALUE FROM CASSAVA PEEL

    BACKGROUND Nigeria is the largest producer of cassava and according to Feed Navigator Online, in 2011, the nation production climbed to 52.4 metric tons and a total of 6.5 metric tons of cassava peel waste were genera...
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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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  • 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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  • StrigAway™ Weed Resistant Maize Seed

    Striga, commonly known as witchweed, is a parasitic plant that requires a living host for germination and early development. Maize, the staple food for the majority of East Africans, is particularly susceptible to Str...
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Small holders using certified potato seed in Guatemala!

    In the highlands of Guatemala, many smallholders are accustomed to traditional agricultural practices, and have limited access to the technical assistance, improved inputs, and services needed into increase their prod...
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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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  • INDUSTRIALIZING AFRICA THROUGH AGRICULTURE

    Africa is home to fertile land for agriculture. Over 70 percent of Africa's population are engaged in farming. Several crops are cultivated yearly but unfortunately, the value chain of these crops are not maximized d...
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  • Afriseed Legume Seeds Advert.mp4

    Farming season and farmers are busy preparing their fields in Zambia.
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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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  • Need Partnership

    How does Borana Livestock Resource Management LTD, Ethiopia able to partner with Impact Investors to expand the businesses to large scale and link to market opportunities wordwide for the supply of Organic products? &...
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  • Youth Agric Festival on Agribusiness

    The YFarm Youth Agric Festival was organised to promote youth agric enterprises, build capacities of young people in the agric sector and engage with relevant stakeholders. The organizers goal was to promote a youth-l...
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  • JSW The Times India Earth Care Award 2016

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAf7cZYXkl8
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  • A Sandbar Covered in Pumpkins Helped Bring Me to BCG by Mr. Chris Holmes, former Head of Global water and Deputy of USAID. Senior Advisor of BCG.

    https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/sandbar-covered-pumpkins-helped-bring-me-bcg-christian-holmes
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  • Palm Fruits Processing

    Palm fruits are very common across the West African region, Malaysia, Indonesia and some Latin American region. Its economic benefits and uses are enormous. From this wonder fruits quite a number of economic product...
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  • COMMERCIAL POULTRY FARM EQUIPMENT

    This broiler poultry farm is specially equipped to condition the atmosphere and temperature of the farm to optimum level such that within 45 days the average weight of your chicken is more than 2.5kg. In other word, w...
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