Are you interested in expanding your market outreach and/or partnering with local farmers in Africa?
If yes, there is ‘a piece of Lincolnshire’ (103 acres) in south/western Nigeria, bought with generous donation from the people of Lincolnshire, which will afford you the opportunity to:
- Showcase your produce and eco-friendly farming practice.
- Access the lucrative food market in south/western Nigeria, worth an estimated £12m daily.
- Gain access to influential government officials to develop agribusiness initiatives.
- Partner with Shepherd Food Ministries to establish a solar powered storage and processing hub in order to reduce post-harvest loss, estimated at 70 percent, within 3 weeks of harvesting.
Shepherd Food Ministries (SFM) is a Lincoln based charity operating within the remits of the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals (MDG1 – poverty and hunger). It aims to establish a storage/processing hub and local/international market chains for the 100 farmers it is working with in south/western Nigeria. This region is peaceful and has good arable land. Nigeria is the largest market in Africa with a population of 170m.
Patron: Lord Victor ADebowale, CBE.
SFM website www.shepherdsfood.org.uk
To discuss further, please contact:
Dr Ola Ogunyemi, President SFM, and Senior Lecturer in Journalism, University of Lincoln, on:-
01522-705532; 07900-908762 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Martin Hodgkinson on:-
01522–789195; 07774-251186 or email@example.com