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Taking Business Innovation Facility (BIF) project lessons to national scale. The project which ended August 2019 was targeted at sustainable income growth for smallholder producers.
CBiIL Business Focus Areas
Low income producers typically do not know that using good inputs in the right mix for a specific soil type and following good practices for raising the crops, all other things being equal, would achieve productivity levels closer to the genetic potential of a given seed.
A major constraint to income growth of women in pastoralist communities is the low price for milk products in the traditional market and the significant wastage which occurs due to poor milk handling and pasteurization techniques – up to 20% of milk is wasted using traditional methods.
Projects are not scaling up because of data gaps: Extension service is only available at 1 extension worker to 10,000 farmers; no reliable farmer KYC data; data collection cost is prohibitive and expansion beyond a certain number raises the economics of production unacceptably.
Recent posts from our experiences
CBi Innovations Limited is a company supporting local farmers to improve farming productivity and output. To achieve this would require 4×4 vehicles to traverse difficult farmlands and rural locations where our beneficiaries are located. We therefore kindly request for the submission of quotations for consideration before the Close of Business by 5:00pm (Nigerian Time) onContinue reading “Request for Quotation – Vehicle Lease-to-Purchase”
A business consulting firm, CBI Innovations Limited (CBiIL), has vaccinated 4,854 cows in Abuja against some key seasonal diseases.
The exercise is aimed at making the animals healthier thereby boosting dairy production.
In January 2021, CBi Innovations Limited, under the Nigeria Livestock Development Project (NLDP), carried out business support services (BSS) activities at Paikon Kore grazing reserve in Gwagwalada Area council of Abuja.
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