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For more information on booking post-pandemic entrepreneurial programs including career paths, capacity building, cooperative development, vermiculture, seed saving, women's & youth empowerment, two hectare harvesting, crop or meat production, agriculture expansion and much more contact us info@AgroBiz.org
2021 TOP TEN WINNERS
FAITH MANYUNYIRE (Zimbabwe) UP-AND-COMING AWARD
MURINA SULEIMAN TANIMU (Nigeria) BREAKTHROUGH AWARD
AMB. ANTHONY CHIMA (Cameroon, Ghana, Nigeria & USA) WORDS OF WISDOM AWARD
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SUNGENI NGÓMANO (Malawi) GIVING SPIRIT AWARD
DORATHY ELISHA (South Africa & Nigeria) SDG’s CHAMPION AWARD
JULIE OBI (Nigeria) CHANGE MAKER AWARD
DR. CLOTILDE MONGUYA (Cameroon, DRC, Niger & Nigeria) WARRIOR AWARD
JOI JOHN (USA & Nigeria) GLOBAL BUSINESS AWARD
COVID-19 IMPACT TO FOOD & AGRICULTURE
The global pandemic is impacting worldwide food systems, disrupting regional agricultural value chains, and posing risks to household food security. Global food trade has to be kept going. One of every 5 calories people eat have crossed at least 1 international border. Low and middle-income countries account for around a third of the world's food trade, which provides very significant contributions both to incomes and welfare. Countries that depend on imported food are especially vulnerable to slowing trade volumes.
The bulk of food-supply actions take place within countries. However, there are still supply chains, which in the case of farmers are a complex web of interactions involving farmers and farm laborers, key inputs such as fertilizers, seeds and veterinary medicines, processing plants, freight distributors, retailers and more. This global pandemic will quickly strain such webs, so to prevent food shortages, every effort must be made to keep them intact and moving efficiently. While we all know that fruit that goes unpicked or unsold will go bad, similar interactive time constraints are common along the chain. Ultimately, farmers won't grow what nobody can buy, so the issue is about affordability but also availability and accessibility. AgroBiz is available to provide assistance to those emerging entrepreneurs, harvesters, and small scale farmers or those who need it most.
Transforming small farming to BIG Business
Educational, Entrepreneur, & US Study Training Programs
AgroBiz is an agricultural and entrepreneurial training firm and offers a variety of U.S. Study Tours in various disciplines. Over the past few years, we have risen quickly to become a formidable force in the Africa Female Farming scene with our educational programs and U.S. Study tours. Providing farm-to-profit, small scale farming, sparking entrepreneurship, community development & economic evaluation, women's empowerment, agribusiness solutions for capacity building for sustainable development to directly impacting women, youth, urban and rural farmers and indirectly underserved populations to stimulate economic and legislative development. We have aligned our capabilities with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS) of the United Nations to empower women with economic development, no poverty, zero hunger, good health and well-being, quality education, gender equality, clean water and sanitation, affordable & clean energy, industry innovation &. infrastructure, decent work, sustainable cities & communities, reduced inequalities, climate action, and partnerships to all were serve. Equally, participants learn how precision agriculture and modern-day farming practices impact farming operations and agribusiness around the world.
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