Photo shows the cassava sticks distributed by FS Initiative to the low level farmers not long ago growing rapidly as the farmers consistently look after them.
Photo shows some low-level farmers that benefited from the FS Initiative eradication of extreme poverty in Africa project officially inaugurated recently.
CURRENTLY ASSISTING PEASANT FARMERS WHO CAN’T AFFORD TO BUY CASSAVA STEMS THIS PLANTING SEASON!
FS Initiative is currently assisting the lowest of the low-level farmers who cannot afford to buy Cassava stems. The photo shows some of the Cassava stems being distributed to some low-level farmers. Potato stems and their likes were also distributed as part of the ongoing FS Initiative eradication of extreme poverty project officially inaugurated in March 2019 in the most populous country in AFRICA.
Photo shows some of the low-level farmers that are benefiting from the ongoing project. Each of the farmers as seen here also received FS Initiative locally made woven caps to protect them from the scorching African sun whilst at work in their farms.
Mr. Godwin Ossai, a low-level farmer from Mgbidi, Imo state in the most populous country in Africa(centre in red attire) who benefited from Farmers Support initiative logistical assisatnce, flanked by other low level farmers, their children and some representatives of FS Initiative during the presentation of the items seen in front of Mr Ossai.
A healthy Crop of Vegetables with farmers from the Boscovet project, a Farmers Support Initiative accredited centre in Kenya.
A section of participants and resource persons from within and outside Africa at FS Initiative Seminar in Abuja titled ‘Using Farming to spread Prosperity in Africa
A section of participants at one of farmers Support initiative’s training programmes in Africa being addressed by one of FS Initiative resource persons, Dr (Mrs) chika Ikeogu of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.
One of Go Farming Campaign Programmes in Africa, UP-(from 2nd L-R) Prof. Mmadumelu, Prof. A. Eboatu, Rev. Fr. Dr. Udoye and Rep of Cat Fish Farmers Association and a cross section of guests at the occasion.
One of Go Farming Campaign Programmes in Africa, UP-(from 2nd L-R) Prof. Mmadumelu, Prof. A. Eboatu, Rev. Fr. Dr. Udoye and Rep of Cat Fish Farmers Association and a cross-section of guests at the occasion.
FS Initiative Staff (Centre) smilling as she recieves vegetables and egg from very appreciative farmers in the cause of FS Initiative Farm camp visit at Gwako Farm Camp in Gwagwalada, FCT, Abuja.
Photo left shows Mayor of Stockton Mayor Lynne Apedaile, Mike Holmes and Ikenna Offor of Farmers Support Initiative at the launching of the Go Farming Campaign in stockton North East of England, UK.
FS Initiative’s Go Farming Campaign reaches Tanzania
FS Initiative Nepal orphanage intervention – Goat rearing section
FS Initiative Nepal orphanage intervention -A cross section of children of an orphanage in Nepal being trained on Farming as this provided much needed food.
FS Initiative Nepal Orphanage intervention – Poultry Section
FS Initiative Nepal orphanage intervention – A cross section of children in an orphanage in Kathmandu being empowered.
A section of participants at the piggery farming seminar being addressed by a resource person
SIERRA LEONE IRRIGATION PROJECT 2017